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Modern military history, inspired by social and cultural historical approaches, increasingly puts the national histories of the Second World War to the test. New questions and methods are focusing on aspects of war and violence that have long been neglected. What shaped people's experiences and memories? What differences and what similarities exist
Jorg Echternkamp is a Fellow of the Militargeschichtliches Forschungsamt, Potsdam, and coeditor of the journal Militargeschichtliche Zeitschrift. He was visiting professor at the University of Calgary/Canada in 2004, visiting scholar at the German Historical Institute in Paris 2006, and has been visiting lecturer at the University of Paris 1 (Sorbonne-Pantheon) and Martin-Luther-University of Halle-Wittenberg since 2006/7. His major publications include Der Aufstieg des deutschen Nationalismus 1770-1840 [The Rise of German Nationalism], (Frankfurt/New York 1998, ed.), and Germany and the Second World War, vols IX/1-2, (Oxford 2010). Stefan Martens is Deputy Director of the German Historical Institute, Paris and coeditor of the journal Francia - Forschungen zur westeuropaischen Geschichte. He was visiting lecturer at the University of Paris 1 (Sorbonne-Pantheon) and the Institut d'Aetudes Politiques, Paris. His major publications include Frankreich und Belgien unter deutscher Besatzung 1940-1944. Die Bestande des Bundesarchiv-Militararchivs in Freiburg, (Stuttgart 2002; together with Volker Knopf), Gorings Reich. Selbstinszenierung in Carinhall (Berlin 2009); Occupation et repression militaire allemandes 1939-1945. La politique de A maintien de l'ordreA en Europe occupee (Paris 2007, with GaA l Eismann).
Commended for Choice Magazine Outstanding Reference/Academic Book Award 2011.