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La représentation de la Seconde Guerre mondiale en Grande-Bretagne : analyse comparée

@inproceedings{Zielinski2014LaRD,
  title={La repr{\'e}sentation de la Seconde Guerre mondiale en Grande-Bretagne : analyse compar{\'e}e},
  author={M. Zielinski},
  year={2014}
}
La Seconde Guerre mondiale occupe une place centrale dans la memoire collective britannique. Erigee en veritable mythe national, la guerre a une telle pregnance dans l’espace public en Grande-Bretagne que certains commentateurs n’hesitent pas a parler d’une obsession nationale pour le conflit. Elle en vient a constituer l’une des facettes de la « Britishness », de l’identite nationale britannique, a une heure ou celle-ci est plus que jamais debattue et soumise au questionnement. Afin de… Expand

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