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World War II, Film, and History

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War films--including antiwar films--have established the prevailing public image of war in the 20th century. Examining how the public memory of war in this century has often been created more by a manufactured past than a remembered one, World War II, Film, And History offers an informative and, at times, disturbing look at the complex relationship between national myths and filmic memory, as well as the dangers of visual images being transformed into "reality". 22 halftones. 2 maps.

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World War II, Film, and History
1996, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780195099676

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