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Fallen Soldiers: Reshaping the Memory of the World Wars
Millions were killed and maimed in World War I, but once the armistice was signed the realities were cleansed of their horror by the nature of the burial and commemoration of the dead. In theExpand
The Image of Man: The Creation of Modern Masculinity
This is the first historical account of the masculine stereotype as it evolved in modern Western culture. It shows how 20th-century fascism gave the manly ideal its extreme expression - in massExpand
Racism and Nationalism
Abstract. The article seeks to define the relationship between nationalism and racism in modem times. First, it defines racism as one of the principal nineteenth-century ideologies, sharply focusedExpand
National Cemeteries and National Revival
The new interest in the history of attitudes to death has not yet considered the cult of the fallen soldier. This is a curious omission, not only because this cult is central to the development ofExpand
Nationalism and Sexuality: Middle-Class Morality and Sexual Norms in Modern Europe
Analyzing the history of sexuality in the context of the relationship between nationalism and respectability can help us to realize where we stand, how we got there, and how we might change. In thisExpand