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dc.creatorDorothea Traupeen_EN
dc.date2013en_EN
dc.date.accessioned2019-08-08T11:26:33Z
dc.date.available2019-08-08T11:26:33Z
dc.identifier.urihttp://dtk.tankonyvtar.hu/xmlui/handle/123456789/5186
dc.descriptionAfter the end of the Cold War, Germany and Poland have found each other in the position of friendly neighbours working together in NATO and EU after centuries of enmities, occupations and cruelties. The profound changes in the European security architecture have led to new strategies of handling and framing security threats, thus also changing the image of soldiers and “death in battle”. For the first time, German and Polish soldiers are fighting together within the framework of the ISAF-forces in Afghanistan.1 The engagement is generally justified with regard to the defence of security, human rights and an overarching idea of fostering democracy, although on the Polish side the stress on allied assistance within the NATO is much stronger. A comparison of how Germany and Poland deal with soldiers who have died in battle or are KIA – killed in action – promises to highlight characteristics that only become apparent in contrast. Both have very different historical experiences and partially different motives for supporting the ISAF-forces.en_EN
dc.formatapplication/pdfen_EN
dc.languageenen_EN
dc.publisherAndrássy Universität Budapesten_EN
dc.rightsDorothea Traupeen_EN
dc.rightsAndrássy Universität Budapesten_EN
dc.sourceISSN 2063-8191en_EN
dc.subjectFallen soldiersen_EN
dc.subjectGermany and Polanden_EN
dc.subjectCommemorationen_EN
dc.subjectElesett katonáken_EN
dc.subjectNémetországen_EN
dc.subjectLengyelországen_EN
dc.subjectMegemlékezésen_EN
dc.titleHow to deal with fallen soldiers?en_EN
dc.typeTanulmányen_EN
dtk.firArts and Humanitiesen_EN
dtk.oecd06. Humanities::06.01. History and archaeology::06.01.01. Historyen_EN
dtk.playerpdfplayeren_EN
dtk.purchaseTÁMOP-4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0015 Andrássy Gyula Budapesti Német Nyelvű Egyetemen_EN
dtk.size24 p.en_EN
dtk.subtitleCommemoration of Soldiers in Germany and Polanden_EN
dtk.typemagazinen_EN
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