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World War II Re-explored

Some New Millenium Studies in the History of the Global Conflict

Edited By Jarosław Suchoples, Stephanie James and Barbara Törnquist-Plewa

This volume is a collection of thirty papers written by authors from around the world. The writers focus on topics related to their own research interests. As a result, readers obtain a worldwide perspective on World War II from academics working on nearly every continent, proving that World War II was, probably, the first ever truly global experience for humanity. Present are many and different perspectives on the war. Eighty years after the end of World War II, these academics share their knowledge and reflections about a gruesome, but still not very remote time. In the new millennium, their studies should remind readers that the ‘end of history’ has been an impossible illusion and warn that peace and stability in international relations are not a given.

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Chang Shi Wen successfully graduated from the Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Languages (German) program at University Putra Malaysia in 2015. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree at the Faculty of Modern Language and Communications at University Putra Malaysia (UPM) in Literacy Studies focusing on media literacy and historical feature films. Email: xantthe@gmail.com

Helena P. Evans received her PhD in History from the University of Kent, England, having studied at Canterbury Christ Church University. From 2004 to 2016, she was an Assistant Professor in the College of Sustainability Sciences and Humanities at Zayed University (United Arab Emirates; UAE). In 2012, she published her first book Diplomatic Deceptions: Anglo-Soviet Relations and the Fate of Finland, 1944–1948 (Helsinki, SKS). Her most recent publication is: “From Noble to Nefarious. Changing Perceptions of the Arab Peoples as a Result of British Encounters in Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Palestine, 1914–1918”, published in Re-visiting World War I: Interpretations and Perspectives of the Great Conflict (ed. by Jarosław Suchoples and Stephanie James, 2016). Her research considered the Validity of Orientalism in the Light of British Attitudes in the Foreign Office, the Media, and the Armed Forces, Towards the Arab Peoples during World War One. She was also researching the Impact of Cultural Influences on the Educational Experience within the UAE. Although now retired, Helena Evans continues to follow her historical interests, and her current research focuses on the fate of Finnish merchant seamen during World War II. Email: helenapenelope...

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