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“Wir warten auf die Bilder...” Beobachtungen und Anmerkungen zur Irak-Kriegsberichterstattung 2003
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The romanticized image of the heroic male resistance fighter in World War II belies a truth that is both darker and more personal. By comparing the resistance literature of French and German authors—both famous and more obscure—this innovative book links the traditional gender expectations for women and the conventions of their everyday lives with their unique forms of resistance. Theirs was an opposition grounded in the ordinary, beyond the sphere of political violence. Women were long regarded as outsiders to combat and politics, with no stake in upholding resistance myths.