Book/Printed Material Politics and cultures of liberation : media, memory, and projections of democracy
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- Politics and cultures of liberation : media, memory, and projections of democracy
- Bak, Hans, editor
- Mehring, Frank, 1970- editor
- Roza, Mathilde Helene, 1968- editor
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- Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 
- An invasion of a different kind : the U.S. Office of War Information and "the projection of America" propaganda in the Netherlands 1944-1945 / Marja Roholl -- Educating the nation : Jo Spier, Dutch national identity, and the Marshall Plan in the Netherlands / Mathilde Roza -- From memory repression to memorialization : the bombardments of Nijmegen 1944 and Mortsel 1943 / Joost Rosendaal -- Playing in the ruins of Arnhem : reenacting Operation Market Garden in Theirs is the glory / László Munteán -- "Can anybody fly this thing?" Appropriations of history in reenactments of Operation Market Garden / Wolfgang Hochbruck -- On the road to Nijmegen - Earle Birney and Alex Colville, 1944-1945 / Hans Bak -- Liberation songs : music and the cultural memory of the Dutch summer of 1945 / Frank Mehring -- The reception and development of jazz in the Netherlands (1945-1970s) / Walter van de Leur -- Sounds of freedom, cosmopolitan democracy, and shifting cultural politics : from the "Jazz Ambassador Tours" to "The Rhythm Road" / Wilfried Raussert -- Marching towards Kullman's Diner : performing transnational American sites (of memory) in Bavaria / Birgit M. Bauridl -- The promise of democracy for the Americas : U.S. diplomacy and the meaning(s) of World War II in El Salvador, 1941-1945 / Dr. Jorrit van den Berk -- Liberation and lingering trauma : U.S. present and Haitian past in Edwidge Danticat's The dew breaker / Josef Raab -- The Japanese American relocation center at Heart Mountain and the construction of the post-World War II landscape / Eric J. Sandeen -- The Cornelius Ryan Collection of World War II papers / Doug McCabe -- "Quality first!" American aid to the Nijmegen University Library, 1945-1949 / Leon Stapper -- The Marshall Plan : "a short time to change the world" / Linda and Eric Christenson -- The liberation route Europe : challenges of exhibiting multinational perspectives / Jory Brentjens and Wiel Lenders.
- - Collective memory
- - History, Modern--20th century
- - Liberty
- - Politics and culture
- - Includes bibliographical references (pages 372) and index.
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Mehring, Frank, Editor, and Mathilde Helene Roza. Politics and Cultures of Liberation: Media, Memory, and Projections of Democracy. editeds by Bak, Hansitor [Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2018] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2020719092/.
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Mehring, F. & Roza, M. H., Bak, H., ed. (2018) Politics and Cultures of Liberation: Media, Memory, and Projections of Democracy. [Leiden ; Boston: Brill] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2020719092/.
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Mehring, Frank, Editor, and Mathilde Helene Roza. Politics and Cultures of Liberation: Media, Memory, and Projections of Democracy. ed by Bak, Hansitor [Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2018] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2020719092/>.