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Zoë Rose Buonaiuto

. While the correspondence that opened this essay between Prefect Lebas and Delegate Julitte hints at the larger story of Franco-German reconciliation and eventual success of post-war European integration, the process of “memory diplomacy” does not fully develop until after 1964. 10 For the purposes

Stibbe, Matthew

Caucasus, Siberia and Russian Central Asia. The chapter then looks at her work with returnees and their families in Germany after 1922, and at her role in the movement for international reconciliation and peace, especially at the time of the 1923 Ruhr crisis. It ends with some broader comments on the

Rowe, Laura

commanders of the First, Second and Fourth Battle Squadrons set out a number of issues affecting the ratings under their respective commands. Despite the accusation contained within the October 1917 Loyal Appeal the Board continued to try to achieve such a reconciliation. Finding Common GroundKeeneJennifer D

Barry, Gearóid

remarkable nationwide Crusade of Peace of 1929, this article explores how the militarization of youth went hand in hand with their choreographed acts of reconciliation. Marc Sangnier became the instigator of a series of twelve extraordinary International Democratic Peace Congresses held at various locations

Edited by Kate Clarke Lemay Table of Contents  155 Articles The Construction of Transnational Remembrance in the War Cemeteries of the Twentieth Century  159 Kate Clarke Lemay A Grave Reconciliation: The Establishment of German War Cemeteries in

Special Issue War Cemeteries as Agents of Collective, Transnational Memory Articles The Construction of Transnational Remembrance in the War Cemeteries of the Twentieth Century Kate Clarke Lemay   159 A Grave Reconciliation: The Establishment of German War

Lucy Taylor

civil and military personnel. Finally, this book looks at the ways in which al-Hakkamat could contribute to peace processes. The author, quite rightly, argues that the exclusion of these women from reconciliation initiatives has been detrimental. Despite this, Musa suggests these women could still

Kate Clarke Lemay

with her essay, “A Grave Reconciliation: The Establishment of German War Cemeteries in Normandy, 1944–1964”, which explores the politics behind making amends after such a terrible war. She writes of “the power of dead Germans on French soil”, examining how the matter of decorating a grave during the

Martin Revayi Rupiya

of Violence and Reconciliation), 7. van der Waag, Ian. 2015. A Military History of Modern South Africa . Cape Town: Jonathan Ball Publishers. Wessels, Andre. 2010. “The South African National Defence Force, 1994–2009: A historical perspective.” Journal for Contemporary History , 32.2, 131–152.

Bastian Matteo Scianna

conflict shattered the system of collective security: France cautiously moved towards reconciliation, while Britain remained more resolute, but also did not rush to arms in aide of Ethiopia. 3 Despite mustering an enormous expeditionary force, 4 the Italian advances were limited. Parts of the