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dc.contributor.authorHannig, Miriam-
dc.description.abstractThe 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.en
dc.description.sponsorshipThis project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained
dc.subjectLifelong educationen
dc.subjectLearning objectsen
dc.subjectObjetos de aprendizajees
dc.subjectEducación permanentees
dc.titleGermany - The way the beginning of World War One is presented in popular history magazinesen
dc.title.alternativeDie Darstellung des Beginns des Ersten Weltkriegs in populären Geschichtsmagazinende
dc.title.alternativeLa manera de presentar el comienzo de la Primera Guerra Mundial en las revistas populares de historiaes
dc.title.alternativeSposób przedstawiania rozpoczęcia I wojny światowej w popularnych magazynach historycznychpl
dc.title.alternativeHur man presenterar första världskrigets början i populärhistoriska tidskriftersv
dc.typeLearning Objecten
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