Over the last two decades, Eastern Europe has experienced extensive changes in geo-political relocations and relations leading to everyday uncertainty. Attempts to establish liberal democracies, re-orientations from planned to market economics, and a desire to create ‘new states’ and internationally minded ‘new citizens’ has left some in poverty, unemployment and social insecurity, leading them to rely on normative coping and semi-autonomous strategies for security and social guarantees. This anthology explores how grey zones of governance, borders, relations and invisibilities affect contemporary Eastern Europe.
In this touching and courageous memoir, Oscar Mann recounts his boyhood in France, the onset of World War II and the Holocaust, his immigration to America, and his years in the military and as a doctor. Mann's honest narrative offers us a glimpse into his past and a critical time in 20th century history and reminds us all of the power of hope.
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