Hist. 152 Notes - The Eclipse of Europe The Legacy of the World War II the Cold War and Decolonization Key Terms Displaced Persons(DP Trummerfrauen

Hist. 152 Notes - The Eclipse of Europe The Legacy of the...

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The Eclipse of Europe:The Legacy of the World War II, the Cold War, and DecolonizationKey Terms· Displaced Persons (DP)· Trummerfrauen· Nuremberg Trials· Denazification· “Iron Curtain”· Marshall Plan· NATO and Warsaw Pact· pieds noirs· Mubuto Sese Seko· kleptocracyI. Europe, 1945: The Legacy of the WarThe Human and Physical CostoWar Deaths35-40 million, the majority of whom were civiliansthe Soviets suffered the most casualties1 in 5 Poles died during the war, which included many of their intellectuals and upper classthere were no men left“bloodlands” where Stalin and Hitler accelerated the killing of peopleoDisplaced Persons (DPs)Not the same as a refugeeSomeone who wanted to return to their homeland but were put in limbo for a number of years or indefinitelyoTrummerfrauen2Remembering, Punishing, ForgettingoMyths of Resistance and CollaborationoThe Nuremberg Trials

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