By David Bruce Macdonald
Balkan Holocausts? compares and contrasts Serbian and Croatian propaganda from 1986 to 1999, examining every one group's modern interpretations of heritage and present occasions. It deals an in depth dialogue of holocaust imagery and the heritage of victim-centered writing in nationalism idea, together with the hyperlinks among the comparative genocide debate, the so-called holocaust undefined, and Serbian and Croatian nationalism. No stories on Yugoslavia have to this point dedicated major house to such research.
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Myths allow individuals to understand their nation’s role in history, and the specific stage or time in history in which the nation finds itself. Tudor linked the concepts of political mythology with Biblical mythology, in its teleological similarities. Both are cyclical, and as 20 2441Chapter1 16/10/02 8:03 am Page 21 What is the nation? Towards a teleological model Tudor asserted: ‘Mythical time is reversible. What was done is not forever lost. It may in the fullness of time repeat itself. Every myth is a story of death and rebirth, of an end or eschatos [sic; sc.
Ibid. p. 37. Smith, National Identity, p. 27. Smith, Theories of Nationalism, pp. 65–8. Ibid. p. 66. Ibid. p. 189. Ibid. p. 154. Anthony D. Smith, The Ethnic Origins of Nations (Oxford: Blackwell, 1986) pp. 50; 55–6. Anthony D. Smith, Nationalism and Modernism (London: Routledge, 1998) p. 45. Ibid. p. xiii. Ernest Gellner, Nations and Nationalism (Oxford: Blackwell, 1983) p. 57. Ibid. p. 57. Hugh Trevor-Roper, Jewish and Other Nationalism (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1962) p. 12. Alter, Nationalism, p.
For those writing on the Jewish model of nationalism, persecution and Fall were a result of a unified negative force in history. Hugh Trevor-Roper argued that such imagery became normal in European nationalism, and his definition of ‘normal nationalism’ included a sense of persecution and victimisation. 52 In other words, it was both understandable and commonplace for nations to invoke allegations of persecution or victimisation in order to justify defensive action against external enemies. 53 He has further argued: ‘social groups also tend to define their national identity and national consciousness in negative terms .
Balkan holocausts?: Serbian and Croatian victim-centred propaganda and the war in Yugoslavia (New Approaches to Conflict Analysis) by David Bruce Macdonald