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Dissonant memories : National Identity, Political Power, and the Commemoration of World War Two in Switzerland

Dissonant memories : National Identity, Political Power, and the Commemoration of World War Two in Switzerland

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DEJUNG, Christof, 2007. Dissonant memories : National Identity, Political Power, and the Commemoration of World War Two in Switzerland. In: Oral History. 35(2), pp. 57-66

@article{Dejung2007Disso-11577, title={Dissonant memories : National Identity, Political Power, and the Commemoration of World War Two in Switzerland}, year={2007}, number={2}, volume={35}, journal={Oral History}, pages={57--66}, author={Dejung, Christof} }

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