Remembering Cold Days : the 1942 Massacre of Novi Sad and Hungarian Politics and Society, 1942-1989.

"In Remembering Cold Days, von Klimó examines public contentions over the Novi Sad massacre from its inception in 1942 until the final trial in 2011, and reveals how attitudes changed over time toward this war crime and the Holocaust through different political regimes and in Hungarian society...

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Main Author: Von Klimo, Arpad
Format: eBook
Published: Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018.
Series:Russian and East European studies.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part I. Violence and Revenge, 1942-1948; Chapter 1. The 1942 Massacre of Novi Sad; Chapter 2. "Disloyalty": The Budapest Military Trial and the Holocaust; Chapter 3. Revenge: The First Postwar Trials; Part II. From Silencing to Site of Memory, 1949-1989; Chapter 4. Postwar: The Long Stalinist Decade; Chapter 5. Fascists with a Human Face? The 1960s Novel and Film Cold Days; Chapter 6. The Victims of Mass Violence and the End of the Communist Regime; Epilogue; Notes; Bibliography; Index.