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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52413
Doc. No:TL22367
Call number:‭1449260‬
Main Entry:Jennifer Lindsay
Title & Author:In the shadow of the Holocaust: The influence of historical memory on Germany's foreign policy in Armenia and BosniaJennifer Lindsay
College:University of South Alabama
Date:2007
Degree:M.A.
student score:2007
Page No:75
Abstract:This thesis examines secondary sources, combined with primary sources including newspaper articles, eye-witness accounts, diplomatic communiqués, government documents, and memoirs, to investigate the role of historical memory on German foreign policy by comparing two significant events. The conclusion reached is that, despite German culpability in the Armenian Genocide, because it occurred before World War II and the Holocaust, German foreign policy and the international response to it were not motivated by historical memory. However, despite German innocence in the Bosnian Genocide, because it occurred after World War II, German foreign policy was driven by a need to ensure that the international community would not implicate Germany in the genocide simply because of the historical memory of the Holocaust.
Subject:Social sciences; European history; 0335:European history
Added Entry:M. Kozelsky
Added Entry:University of South Alabama