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Title: Germany - The way the beginning of World War One is presented in popular history magazines
Other Titles: Die Darstellung des Beginns des Ersten Weltkriegs in populären Geschichtsmagazinen
La manera de presentar el comienzo de la Primera Guerra Mundial en las revistas populares de historia
Sposób przedstawiania rozpoczęcia I wojny światowej w popularnych magazynach historycznych
Hur man presenterar första världskrigets början i populärhistoriska tidskrifter
Authors: Hannig, Miriam
Keywords: EHISTO
Lifelong education
Learning objects
Objetos de aprendizaje
Educación permanente
Issue Date: 16-Oct-2014
Abstract: The unit shown deals with the start of World War One and its representation mainly in German and Swedish popular history magazines, which are examples introduced in the following. The focus is on pictures used for illustrating the assassination of Sarajevo both in textbooks and in magazines. Considering this, the central question is, how those pictures are selected and presented as historical sources. Furthermore, the unit tries to figure out, whether the question of the guilt of war is regarded to be multi-perspective or explicit.
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