This study examines how the US military forced German civilians to witness Nazi atrocity sites, publicly carry and display the victims' dead bodies, and perform ritualized reburials. The author argues that these forced confrontations represented the politicization of dead bodies to indicate the collective guilt of German civilians.
Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly
Mauriello, Christopher E. /
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426 g Pages:
252 pages, 1 Maps; 25 Halftones, black and white pagesTitle: