Oral history and the war : the Nazi concentration camp experience in a biographical-narrative perspective / Piotr Filipkowski ; translated by Tristan Korecki
- Studies in contemporary history ; Volume 7
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I The contexts -- 1.Oral history and the war -- 2.Concentration camp experiences in Polish sociological analyses: State-of-the-art in research, methodological issues, and research perspective adopted in this study -- pt. II The accounts of former camp inmates: recognising the meanings -- 3.The camp inmate experience seen through autobiographical narratives: a tentative `typology' -- 3.1.`Low-numbers' -- 3.2.Concentration camp as punishment and wartime `adventure' -- 3.3.Varsovians -- 4.Excursus: Mauthausen in female narratives -- pt. III Case studies -- I.Leon Ceglarz -- II.Zygmunt Podhalanski -- III.Roman Stroj.
- 9783631748664 hardcover
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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