Challenging the Selectivity of Memory in 1950s West Germany: Erwin Sylvanus's Dr. Korczak and the Children

@article{Mller2007ChallengingTS,
  title={Challenging the Selectivity of Memory in 1950s West Germany: Erwin Sylvanus's Dr. Korczak and the Children},
  author={K. M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Modern Drama},
  year={2007},
  volume={50},
  pages={233-257}
}
The end of the Cold War and German unification have brought about a more complete treatment of the Nazi past in Germany, one that includes the perpetrators of the Holocaust. Since the early 1990s, perpetrators have increasingly become a part of the discourse about the Nazi past, in historiography as well as in fictional literature. I would argue, however, that perpetrators have been part of the cultural memory of (West) Germany since the first post-war decades. Many dramatists wrote plays that… Expand
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