War and Society in Scandinavia 1914-1950
War and Society in Scandinavia - 1914-1950 provides fresh insights and new perspectives on the Nordic countries during/after both World War I and World War II. The anthology contains contributions by historians from Finland, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. It covers a wide variety of themes on 20th-century war and the Nordic societies including: food supplies and plebiscite in Schleswig after World War I * the Finnish right-wing Vergangenheitsbewaltigung in the interwar years * Danish and Swedish trade policy before and during World War II * Norwegian fishing industry under German occupation 1940-1945 * Danish and Swedish black markets in the 1940s * discourses on crime among young people in Finland * German-Norwegian cultural and political rapprochement after World War II.
Publication Date: 12/31/2009