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1848. Memory and Oblivion in Europe

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Charlotte Tacke

Contents: Charlotte Tacke: 1848. Memory and Oblivion in Europe – Jean-Luc Mayaud: 1848 and France. The Revolution, its Uses and Commemorations (19th and 20th Centuries) – Gita Deneckere (in co-operation with Bart de Wilde): (Dis)Remembering the 1848 Revolution in Belgium. How an Important Historical Rupture Got Forgotten – Manfred Hettling: Shattered Mirror. German Memory of 1848: From Spectacle to Event – James Kaye / Isabella Matauschek: A Problematic Obligation: Commemorating the 1848 Revolution in Austria – Czeslaw Majorek / Henryk Żaliński: The Revolution of 1848 in Polish Historical Consiousness: Remarks on Three Anniversary Celebrations (1898, 1948, 1998) – Steen Bo Frandsen: Why 1848 is Barely Commemorated in Denmark – Arve T. Thorsen: Touching the Limits of Collective Memory: Norway and the Legacy of the 1848 Revolution.