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See detailReview of: Tommaso Milani, 'Hendrik de Man and social democracy: The idea of planning in Western Europe, 1914-1940'
van de Maele, Jens UL

in Journal of Belgian History (2021), (1-2), 183-185

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See detailDébats récents sur l'invasion allemande en Belgique en 1914. A propos d'Ulrich keller, Schuldfragen
Brüll, Christoph UL; Warland, Geneviève

in Journal of Belgian History (2020), L(1), 112-124

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See detailDes temps d'occupations et de sorties de guerre
Majerus, Benoît UL; Bernardo Y Garcia, Luis Angel

in Journal of Belgian History (2019), XLIX(2-3), 177--181

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See detailDeadly vulnerabilities. The provisioning of psychiatric asylums in occupied Belgium (1914-1918)
Majerus, Benoît UL; Roekens, Anne

in Journal of Belgian History (2017), 47(4), 18--48

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See detailDe Société de Médecine Mentale de Belgique in transnationaal perspectief (1869-1900)
Andersen, Eva UL

in Journal of Belgian History (2017), 47(4),

The Société de Médecine Mentale de Belgique (SMMB) was created in the 19 th century. This society united the Belgian psychiatrists, made knowledge sharing possible and raised awareness of problems in the ... [more ▼]

The Société de Médecine Mentale de Belgique (SMMB) was created in the 19 th century. This society united the Belgian psychiatrists, made knowledge sharing possible and raised awareness of problems in the Belgian psychiatric world. During the meetings of the society, ideas and opinions of Belgian physicians as well as their foreign colleagues, were exchanged. Until now, research on these transnational contacts, particularly in Belgium, had been very superficial. Yet, the 19th century did not only see the advent of the nation, but also of more and more transnational networks. This article aspires to fill this void by focusing on the international profiling of the SMMB and by studying the impact of foreign alienists on Belgian psychiatry. To gain scientific status in Belgium as well as abroad, the SMMB needed to position itself outside the national borders. Furthermore, the society used its foreign connections to put pressure on the government in an attempt to bring Belgian psychiatry to the same level as in its neighbouring countries. The adaptation of (inter)national ideas and debates was central to its policy and resulted, within the psychiatric community, in tensions between the national and the international level. [less ▲]

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See detailBeing Crazy in Belgium
Majerus, Benoît UL; Roekens, Anne

in Journal of Belgian History (2017), 47(4), 10--16

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See detailLa Grande Guerre des historiens belges, 1914-2014
Majerus, Benoît UL; Benvindo, Bruno; Vrints, Antoon

in Journal of Belgian History (2014), (2/3), 170--196

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See detailStraddling the Iron Curtain? Migrants' War Memories
Venken, Machteld UL

in Journal of Belgian History (2009), 39

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