JMEH (2018): Resistance and Collaboration Transnational 1936-1945 / Forum: Yugoslavia and the War (ed. by M.J. Calic)
U časopisu “Journal of Modern European History” (2018/2) – posvećenom otporu i kolaboraciji 1936-1945. u transnacionalnoj perspektivi – objavljeni su i prilozi N. Barića, X. Bougarela, M.J. Calic i D. Stojanović o temi Jugoslavije i Drugog svjetskog rata.
Journal of Modern European History, Vol. 16|2018/2
Resistance and Collaboration Transnational 1936-1945
With a focus on collaboration and resistance against Fascism/Nazism in the 190s and 1940s, this special issue addresses a topic that has drawn a lot of scholarly attention, but is most commonly discussed in nation-centric debates. Within those debates, collaboration is often considered a betrayal of national ideals while resistance is seen to affirm them. Both resistance and collaboration, however, had transnational dimensions which reflected the international reach of communism and fascism and the destruction of many nation-states in the wartime period. Collectively, the essays in this special issue indicate new ways of approaching the complex topics of resistance and collaboration in the age of the Second World War. Without suggesting that this is the only way of thinking about both subjects, we hope that these approaches will further enrich what has become a much more open-ended discussion about some of the most contested aspects of that war.
Resistance and Collaboration in the Second World War Transnational
Edited by R. Gerwarth / R. Gildea
S. Kruizinga: The Dutch in a Transnational Army, 1936-1939
D. Gaspar Celaya: Spanish Contribution to the French National Defence Campaign
J. Böhler / J.A. Młynarczyk: Collaboration and Resistance in Wartime Poland (1939-1945)
I. Tames / P. Romijn: Transnational Identities of Dutch Nazi-Collaborators
X. M. Núñez Seixas: The War Experiences of Spaniards and Italians on the Eastern Front
Forum: Yugoslavia and the War (ed. by M.J. Calic)
Mit Beiträgen von N. Barić, X. Bougarel, M.J. Calic, D. Stojanović