1945 in Canada and Germany:
Viewing the Past Through the Present.
Hans Braun, Wolfgang Klooss (Hrsg.).
Kiel: l&f Verlag, 1996.
More than five decades after the end of World War II, Canadian and German scholars take a look at the postwar period. In the light of present-day knowledge and understanding, they focus not only on social and cultural developments in Canada and Germany, but also on some aspects that have shaped the relationship between the two countries. Areas under scrutiny include economic and political reconstruction, migration patterns, everyday culture as well as literary and visual representation of the postwar period.