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. Lebovic, Sam. “A Breath from Home: Soldier Entertainment and the Nationalist Politics of Pop Culture during World War II”. Journal of Social History 47(2) (2013): 263–296. Markeliūnienė, Vytautė. “Baletas Vilniaus operoje (1942–1944)”. Krantai (2010): 38–41; Markeliūnienė, Vytautė. “Kai kurie kultūrinio gyvenimo rūpesčiai”. Ateitis , 11 February 1943, 3. Markeliūnienė, Vytautė. “Vilniaus operos veikla (1942–1944)”. Menotyra 1(38) (2005): 6–13. Meisel, H. “Soldatentheater ‘ganz gross’”. Kauener Zeitung , 4 May 1943, 5. ml, “Drei litauische Spielgruppen


As one component of cultural memory, museums have the potential to co-form the remembrance of an entire society. They try to minimise the experience deficiency of their visitors and help them further to know and understand history in an interesting and vivid way. The present paper will show how and to what extent important museums in Japan, Germany and Austria try to shape the historical consciousness of their visitors. With the Yūshūkan in Tōkyō, the Heiwa Kinen Shiryōkan in Hiroshima, the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin and the Heeresgeschichtliches Museum in Vienna, four representative institutions will be taken as indicators of the national efforts to re-appraise the history of World War II. Analyses of the different exhibitions, together with an international comparison, will document the individual position of each museum as well as its political intention. In addition, legal and cultural backgrounds that can lead to a country-specific, ideologically biased museum-based depiction of World War II will also be taken into consideration.


This paper centres on a play directed by Sonia Ritter and produced by the Lions part that portrays an extraordinary event in Britain’s recent history - the Women’s Land Army of World War II. It is based on real evidence given in hundreds of letters and interviews with former Land Girls. The anecdotes of their shared experience and strenuous work are presented by a female quartet - Margie, Peggy, Poppy and Vera - in a sparkling, captivating and emotional way.

Siberian Internment Camp Yearns to Return to Japan.” The Mainichi , June 5, 2017; online: (accessed: August 26, 2018). Tomita, Takeshi 富田武. 2013. “Shiberia yokuryū o megutte シベリア抑留をめぐって [About Japanese Prisoners of War in Siberia].” The Center for Asian and Pacific Studies — Newsletter , 120, pp. 6–9. Underwood, William. 2013. “The Aso Mining Company in World War II: History and Japan’s Would-Be Premier.” Asia-Pacific Journal — Japan Focus , 7, pp. 110–120. Wakatsuki, Yasuo 若槻泰雄. 1979. Shiberia horyo

’urbanisation du monde, depuis 1950 (Urbanisation of the world, since 1950) . Anthropos, Paris. Musiaka Ł., Figlus T., Szmytkie R. 2020. Models of morphological transformations of centres of the largest Polish cities after World War II, European Planning Studies , Routledge. Newman M.E.J. 2010. Networks: An introduction . Oxford University Press, Oxford. Nystuen J.D., Dacey M.F. 1968. A graph theory interpretation of nodal regions. Geographia Polonica, 15: 135–151. Öre O. 1990. Graphs and their uses . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Páez A., Scott D.M. 2004. Spatial


The Institute of Military History of the Hungarian Ministry of Defence decided in 2000 to try to find the marked or unmarked graves of Hungarian soldiers killed in World War II. Joining this initiative, Jozsef Patakv founded the Committee for the Preservation of Military Traditions from Turda (THHB). Among other things, the aim of establishing the Committee was to discover the identity of the Hungarian soldiers that died in action in the fall of 1944 in Torda (in Romanian: Turda: in the followings, we will use the traditionally Hungarian name of the town: Torda) and its surroundings, find the location where they were buried, and erect a worthy monument to their memory. A Hungarian Soldier Graveyard was created within the Central Hungarian Cemetery of Torda, which has since become a place of pilgrimage. In addition, more then fifty sites of Hungarian soldiers’ graves were discovered and in most of the cases properly marked since that time. In 2012, Jozsef Patakv was awarded the Hungarian Gold Cross by the Ministry of Defence for his untiring work to discover the places of burial and identify Hungarian soldiers that died in WWII, and for worthily keeping their memories alive.


The article concerns the transfer of ownership of forest property, nationalized after World War II. It covers the subject matter of the process of property acquisition by way of nationalization decrees, in particular in the area of the so-called Regained Territories and dilemmas related to the issue of reprivatization. The work includes issues proposed over the years and existing statutory solutions, as well as case law affecting the interpretation of legal norms.

-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2007. [5] BECKMAN, B.: Codebreakers. Arne Beurling and the Swedish Crypto Program During World War II. American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 2002. [6] CIGÁŇ, K.: Paul Thümmel - agent operaČn´eho zastieraniaWehrmachtu. [PaulThümmel - Agent of an Operational Camouflage of Wehrmacht], Unpublished manuscript, Komárno, 1967. (In Slovak) [7] CIGÁŇ, K.: Posledná akcia “Zradcu X”. [The last action of “traitor X”], Armádn´ı revue (abbreviated A revue) 21 (1968), no. 24, 26-30; no. 25-26, 39-42; 22, (1969), no. 1, 43; no. 2, 41. (In Slovak) [8] CIGÁŇ

finally heard. The 15th member, Arne, of the team has the truck to drive the arms to hiding places, is not here yet. Big worry. What will we do with the arms? There are finally sounds in the brush. It is very dark and the 25 year old friend is stumbling, fell to the ground and finds himself with a pistol in his neck and unable to recall the password. He is nevertheless identified and just at the right time, with his essential truck and the most dangerous Einer Ammundsen, MD (1911-1999): Danish World War II hero and famous Bangkok family physician Correspondence to