Recent years have witnessed growing scholarly interest in the
history of death. Increasing academic attention toward death as a
historical subject in its own right is very much linked to its
pre-eminent place in 20th-century history, and Germany,
predictably, occupies a special place in these inquiries. This
collection of essays explores how German mourning changed over the
20th century in different contexts, with a particular view to how
death was linked to larger issues of social order and cultural
self-understanding. It contributes to a history of death in
20th-century Germany that does not begin and end with the Third
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