How do young Israelis and Germans communicate about National
Socialism and the Holocaust? In this collection of essays, authors
from both societies elaborate on the past, present, and their
respective identities. They ponder various switches of track
through German-Israeli exchange as well as consider social and
political realities of both countries. By highlighting marginalized
memories such as Palestinian and migrant ones, they challenge
monolithic national memory discourses. Altogether, a trans-national
memory discourse emerges albeit a dissonant and highly subjective
one, and truthfully reflects some of the fragmentations that
actually exist in both societies.
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