Reference : Reconciliation over the Graves? or the German-Russian Reconciliation of Sologubovka
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Reconciliation over the Graves? or the German-Russian Reconciliation of Sologubovka
Janz, Nina mailto [University of Luxembourg > Luxembourg Center for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > >]
Harry & Helen Gray/AICGS Reconciliation Program Online Essays
AICGS/Johns Hopkins University
Washington, D.C.
[en] reconciliation ; Russia ; Germany
[en] “Reconciliation over the graves” is the official slogan of the Volksbund, a non-government organization based in Kassel, in central Germany. The Volksbund builds resting places for German war dead, and commemorates and acts in educational youth work toward understanding and harmonization after World War II. This essay uses and follows the definition of reconciliation as intended in the meaning of the Volksbund’s activities in Russia. The idea of this slogan and the purpose of this term will be explained. Based on the German war cemetery in Sologubovka, this essay focus on the cooperation between Russians and Germans—the Volksbund, the local population, and the authorities—on the treatment of the war dead, on the different national historical memories, and on the approach of two countries more than fifty years after World War II.
Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > Contemporary History of Luxembourg (LHI)

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