Central European History 56 (2023), 2

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Central European History 56 (2023), 2

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Central European History (CEH)
United States
Prof. Monica Black; Editor, Central European History; History History Department; Dunford Hall, 6th Floor; University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Knoxville, Tennessee 37996, USA. Tel. 1-865-974-5424
Moritz Pallasch, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


Special Issue: Introduction

Bordering the GDR: Everyday Transnationalism, Global Entanglements and Regimes of Mobility at the Edges of East Germany
Ned Richardson-Little, Lauren Stokes
pp 159–172


Caught in the Net: Fish, Ships, and Oil in the GDR-Poland Territorial Waters Dispute, 1949–1989
Andrew S. Tompkins
pp 173–195

A River Runs through It: The Elbe, Socialist Security, and East Germany's Borders
Julia E. Ault
pp 196–213

Cold War Narcotics Trafficking, the Global War on Drugs, and East Germany's Illicit Transnational Entanglements
Ned Richardson-Little
pp 214–235

Racial Profiling on the U-Bahn: Policing the Berlin Gap in the Schönefeld Airport Refugee Crisis
Lauren Stokes
pp 236–254

“Not Even the Highest Wall Can Stop AIDS”: Expertise and Viral Politics at the German-German Border
Johanna Folland
pp 255–269

Discussion Forum: Holocaust Memory and Postcolonialism: Transatlantic Perspectives on the Debate. Holocaust Memory and Postcolonialism: Transatlantic Perspectives on the Debate
Frank Biess
pp 270–272

The Gespenst of Postcolonial Theory
Anne Berg
pp 273–277

Two German Perspectives on a German Discussion
Wolf Gruner, Stefanie Schüler-Springorum
pp 278–282

Remembering to Change the World—Organizing Transnationally against Atrocity
Damani J. Partridge
pp 283–288

Memory or History?
Mark Roseman
pp 289–293

“Migration Background” versus “Nazi Background”: (German) Debates on Post-Nazism, Post-Migration, and Postcolonialism
Dirk Rupnow
pp 294–297

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Petra DeWitt
pp 298–305

Book Review

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pp 306–307

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pp 307–309

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pp 309–310

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pp 311–312

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pp 312–314

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pp 314–316

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pp 316–318

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pp 318–321

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Ingrid Sharp
pp 321–322

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Tim Kirk
pp 323–324

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Nancy Reagin
pp 324–326

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Nicole Dombrowski Risser
pp 326–327

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Nicolas G. Virtue
pp 328–329

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Monika Rice
pp 329–331

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Zef Segal
pp 332–333

The Virtuous Wehrmacht: Crafting the Myth of the German Soldier on the Eastern Front, 1941-1944 By David A. Harrisville. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2021. Pp. 328. Hardback $34.95. ISBN: 978-1501760044.
David R. Snyder
pp 333–335

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Mikkel Dack
pp 335–336

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Jason Johnson
pp 336–338

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Laura J. Hilton
pp 339–340

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Till Kössler
pp 340–342

The Eichmann Trial Reconsidered Edited by Rebecca Wittmann. Toronto and Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 2021. Pp. 272. Hardback $75.00. ISBN: 978-1487508494.
Norman J.W. Goda
pp 342–344

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Lauren Stokes
pp 344–346

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Scott Moranda
pp 346–347

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pp 348–349

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pp 350–353

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Marcus Colla
pp 353–355

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