By Jolande Withuis, Annet Mooij
This examine compares the guidelines and attitudes towards the future health outcomes of global struggle II in 11 eu international locations: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, East Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and West Germany. It indicates the remarkably asynchronous improvement in those nations of future health care financing and therapy for conflict survivors, and of the sufferers’ belief in their personal health and wellbeing. utilizing an cutting edge and multidisciplinary procedure, Withuis and Mooij study postwar future health care within the context of the eu political weather at the moment.
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14 The Catholic Church – with only a few exceptions – maintained a persistent silence. 15 On the whole, anti-Nazi resistance in Austria has to be characterized as meager and ineffective, though we cannot fail to mention in this connection that the labor movement had already been driven into illegality in 1933-34 and was almost totally powerless. In contrast to other countries, there was neither a broad-based national resistance movement in Austria nor an Austrian government in exile. The biggest share of the resistance that was put up came from Communists, whose Free Austrian Movement was able to organize exiles in many countries.
917 were resettled to camps for ethnic Germans in the so-called Altreich. Their abandoned farms were originally to have been turned over to resettled peasants from Kanaltal and South Tyrol as well as local Nazi big-shots. These Carinthian Slovenes had had a fundamentally conservative, Catholic orientation and were not necessarily negatively disposed to the Anschluss;28 nevertheless, the resettlement plan drove many of them into the arms of Tito’s partisans. This resulted in even more deaths and led to yet another wave of resettlement in 1944.
92 See, for example, Kreitner, ‘Öffentliche “Jugendfürsorge”’; Bailer-Galanda/Blimlinger, Vermögensentzug, 66; also see Elisabeth Scharang’s documentary film ‘Meine liebe Republik’ (My Dear Republic), a portrait of Nazi victim Friedrich Zawrel.
The Politics of War Trauma: The Aftermath of World War II in Eleven European Countries by Jolande Withuis, Annet Mooij