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Life and Death in Besieged Leningrad, 1941-1944, Barber



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Автор: Barber
Название:  Life and Death in Besieged Leningrad, 1941-1944
ISBN: 9781403901422
Издательство: Springer
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ISBN-10: 1403901422
Обложка/Формат: Hardback
Страницы: 224
Вес: 0.454 кг.
Дата издания: 2005
Серия: Studies in russian and east european history and society
Язык: English
Иллюстрации: Tables, figures, glossary, bibliog , index
Размер: 218 x 146 x 22
Читательская аудитория: Tertiary education (us: college)
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The Legacy of the Siege of Leningrad, 1941–1995: Myth, Memoires, Monuments (hardback)

Автор: Lisa A. Kirschenbaum
Название: The Legacy of the Siege of Leningrad, 1941–1995: Myth, Memoires, Monuments (hardback)
ISBN: 0521863260 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780521863261
Издательство: Cambridge Academ
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Описание: The siege of Leningrad constituted one of the most dramatic episodes of World War II, one that individuals and the state began to commemorate almost immediately. Official representations of 'heroic Leningrad' omitted and distorted a great deal. Nonetheless, survivors struggling to cope with painful memories often internalized, even if they did not completely accept, the state's myths, and they often found their own uses for the state's monuments. Tracing the overlap and interplay of individual memories and fifty years of Soviet mythmaking, this book contributes to understandings of both the power of Soviet identities and the delegitimizing potential of the Soviet Union's chief legitimizing myths. Because besieged Leningrad blurred the boundaries between the largely male battlefront and the predominantly female home front, it offers a unique vantage point for a study of the gendered dimensions of the war experience, urban space, individual memory, and public commemoration.

The War Within: Diaries from the Siege of Leningrad

Автор: Peri Alexis
Название: The War Within: Diaries from the Siege of Leningrad
ISBN: 0674971558 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780674971554
Издательство: Wiley
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Описание: The German blockade of Leningrad lasted 872 days and cost almost a million civilian lives one of the longest, deadliest sieges in modern history. Drawing on 125 unpublished diaries written by individuals from all walks of life, Alexis Peri tells the tragic, intimate story of how citizens struggled to make sense of a world collapsing around them.

The 900 Days: The Siege of Leningrad

Автор: Salisbury Harrison E.
Название: The 900 Days: The Siege of Leningrad
ISBN: 0306812983 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780306812989
Издательство: Little, Brown
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Описание: The Nazi siege of Leningrad from 1941 to 1944 was one of the most gruesome episodes of World War II. Nearly three million people endured it; just under half of them died. For twenty-five years the distinguished journalist and historian Harrison Salisbury pieced together this remarkable narrative of villainy and survival, in which the city had much to fear-from both Hitler and Stalin.

Besieged Leningrad: Aesthetic Responses to Urban Disaster

Автор: Barskova Polina
Название: Besieged Leningrad: Aesthetic Responses to Urban Disaster
ISBN: 0875807720 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780875807720
Издательство: Cornell University Press
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Описание: During the 872 days of the Siege of Leningrad (September 1941 to January 1944), the city's inhabitants were surrounded by the military forces of Nazi Germany. They suffered famine, cold, and darkness, and a million people lost their lives, making the siege one of the most destructive in history. Confinement in the besieged city was a traumatic experience. Unlike the victims of the Auschwitz concentration camp, for example, who were brought from afar and robbed of their cultural roots, the victims of the Siege of Leningrad were trapped in the city as it underwent a slow, horrific transformation. They lost everything except their physical location, which was layered with historical, cultural, and personal memory.
In Besieged Leningrad, Polina Barskova examines how the city's inhabitants adjusted to their new urban reality, focusing on the emergence of new spatial perceptions that fostered the production of diverse textual and visual representations. The myriad texts that emerged during the siege were varied and exciting, engendered by sometimes sharply conflicting ideological urges and aesthetic sensibilities. In this first study of the cultural and literary representations of spatiality in besieged Leningrad, Barskova examines a wide range of authors with competing views of their difficult relationship with the city, filling a gap in Western knowledge of the culture of the siege. It will appeal to Russian studies specialists as well as those interested in war testimonies and the representation of trauma.

Leningrad 1941-41: Morality in a City Under Seige

Автор: Yarov
Название: Leningrad 1941-41: Morality in a City Under Seige
ISBN: 1509507981 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781509507986
Издательство: Wiley
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Описание: This book recounts one of the greatest tragedies of the twentieth century: the siege of Leningrad. It is based on the searing testimony of eyewitnesses, some of whom managed to survive, while others were to die in streets devastated by bombing, in icy houses, or the endless bread queues. All of them, nevertheless, wanted to pass on to us the story of the torments they endured, their stoicism, compassion and humanity, and of how people reached out to each other in the nightmare of the siege. Though the siege continues to loom large in collective memory, an overemphasis on the heroic endurance of the victims has tended to distort our understanding of events. In this book, which focuses on the "Time of Death", the harsh winter of 1941–42, Sergey Yarov adopts a new approach, demonstrating that if we are to truly appreciate the nature of this suffering, we must face the full realities of people?s actions and behaviour. Many of the documents published here letters, diaries, memoirs and interviews not previously available to researchers or retrieved from family archives show unexpected aspects of what it was like to live in the besieged city. Leningrad changed, and so did the morals, customs and habits of Leningraders. People wanted at all costs to survive. Their notes about the siege reflect a drama which cost a million people their lives. There is no spurious cheeriness and optimism in them, and much that we might like to pass over. But we must not. We have a duty to know the whole, bitter truth about the siege, the price that had to be paid in order to stay human in a time of brutal inhumanity.

From Leningrad to Hungary

Автор: Evgenii D. Moniushko
Название: From Leningrad to Hungary
ISBN: 0415350670 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780415350679
Издательство: Taylor&Francis
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Описание: This book is a chronological narrative of the experiences of Evgenii Moniushko, who lived through and survived the first year of the siege of Leningrad and who served as a junior officer in the Red Army during the last 18 months of war and the first year of the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia and Hungary. As such, it provides an intensely human view of daily army life both in combat and garrison duty and unique perspectives on the conditions he and other junior officers and common soldiers endured while in army service.

Demobilized Veterans in Late Stalinist Leningrad: Soldiers to Civilians

Автор: Robert Dale
Название: Demobilized Veterans in Late Stalinist Leningrad: Soldiers to Civilians
ISBN: 1472590775 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781472590770
Издательство: Bloomsbury Academic
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Описание: This book investigates the demobilization and post-war readjustment of Red Army veterans in Leningrad and its environs after the Great Patriotic War. Over 300,000 soldiers were stood down in this war-ravaged region between July 1945 and 1948. They found the transition to civilian life more challenging than many could ever have imagined. For civilian Leningraders, reintegrating the rapid influx of former soldiers represented an enormous political, economic, social and cultural challenge. In this book, Robert Dale reveals how these former soldiers became civilians in a society devastated and traumatized by total warfare. Dale discusses how, and how successfully, veterans became ordinary citizens. Based on extensive original research in local and national archives, oral history interviews and the examination of various newspaper collections, Demobilized Veterans in Late Stalinist Leningrad peels back the myths woven around demobilization, to reveal a darker history repressed by society and concealed from historiography. While propaganda celebrated this disarmament as a smooth process which reunited veterans with their families, reintegrated them into the workforce and facilitated upward social mobility, the reality was rarely straightforward. Many veterans were caught up in the scramble for work, housing, healthcare and state hand-outs. Others drifted to the social margins, criminality or became the victims of post-war political repression. Demobilized Veterans in Late Stalinist Leningrad tells the story of both the failure of local representatives to support returning Soviet soldiers, and the remarkable resilience and creativity of veterans in solving the problems created by their return to society. It is a vital study for all scholars and students of post-war Soviet history and the impact of war in the modern era.

Demobilized Veterans in Late Stalinist Leningrad: Soldiers to Civilians

Автор: Robert Dale
Название: Demobilized Veterans in Late Stalinist Leningrad: Soldiers to Civilians
ISBN: 1350031232 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781350031234
Издательство: Bloomsbury Academic
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Описание: This book investigates the demobilization and post-war readjustment of Red Army veterans in Leningrad and its environs after the Great Patriotic War. Over 300,000 soldiers were stood down in this war-ravaged region between July 1945 and 1948. They found the transition to civilian life more challenging than many could ever have imagined. For civilian Leningraders, reintegrating the rapid influx of former soldiers represented an enormous political, economic, social and cultural challenge. In this book, Robert Dale reveals how these former soldiers became civilians in a society devastated and traumatized by total warfare. Dale discusses how, and how successfully, veterans became ordinary citizens. Based on extensive original research in local and national archives, oral history interviews and the examination of various newspaper collections, Demobilized Veterans in Late Stalinist Leningrad peels back the myths woven around demobilization, to reveal a darker history repressed by society and concealed from historiography. While propaganda celebrated this disarmament as a smooth process which reunited veterans with their families, reintegrated them into the workforce and facilitated upward social mobility, the reality was rarely straightforward. Many veterans were caught up in the scramble for work, housing, healthcare and state hand-outs. Others drifted to the social margins, criminality or became the victims of post-war political repression. Demobilized Veterans in Late Stalinist Leningrad tells the story of both the failure of local representatives to support returning Soviet soldiers, and the remarkable resilience and creativity of veterans in solving the problems created by their return to society. It is a vital study for all scholars and students of post-war Soviet history and the impact of war in the modern era.

From Leningrad to Hungary

Автор: Moniushko, Evgenii D.
Название: From Leningrad to Hungary
ISBN: 041535000X ISBN-13(EAN): 9780415350006
Издательство: Taylor&Francis
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Описание: This book describes the everyday life of a Soviet citizen besieged in the city of Leningrad and his subsequent service in the Red Army during the war and post-war occupation of Czechoslovakia and Hungary.

Leningrad 1941–44

Автор: Forczyk Robert
Название: Leningrad 1941–44
ISBN: 1846034418 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781846034411
Издательство: Osprey
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Описание: Hitler`s protracted siege of Leningrad resulted in one of the most brutal campaigns on the Eastern Front during World War II. The German Army Group North was able to isolate the city and its garrison for a period of 900 days. This book examines the strength of the garrison`s defenses, which ultimately prevented the Germans from capturing the city.

The Legacy of the Siege of Leningrad, 1941-1995: Myth, Memories, and Monuments

Автор: Kirschenbaum Lisa A.
Название: The Legacy of the Siege of Leningrad, 1941-1995: Myth, Memories, and Monuments
ISBN: 0521123550 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780521123556
Издательство: Cambridge Academ
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Цена: 4337 р.
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Описание: The siege of Leningrad constituted one of the most dramatic episodes of World War II, one that individuals and the state began to commemorate almost immediately. Official representations of 'heroic Leningrad' omitted and distorted a great deal. Nonetheless, survivors struggling to cope with painful memories often internalized, even if they did not completely accept, the state's myths, and they often found their own uses for the state's monuments. Tracing the overlap and interplay of individual memories and fifty years of Soviet mythmaking, this book contributes to understandings of both the power of Soviet identities and the delegitimizing potential of the Soviet Union's chief legitimizing myths. Because besieged Leningrad blurred the boundaries between the largely male battlefront and the predominantly female home front, it offers a unique vantage point for a study of the gendered dimensions of the war experience, urban space, individual memory, and public commemoration.


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