Papers from two conferences held in Leipzig in 2003 and 2005.
Includes bibliographical references.
Eastern experience and western memory : 1939-1941 as a paradigm of European memory conflicts / Kai Struve -- Anti-Polish and pro-Soviet? : 1939-1941 and the stereotyping of the Jew in Polish historiography / Joanna B. Michlic -- Competing victimhoods : post-Soviet Ukrainian narratives on World War II / Wilfried Jilge -- Western Belarus in September 1939 : revisiting Polish-Jewish relations in the kresy / Marek Wierzbicki -- Resistance 1939-1941 : the Polish underground under Soviet occupation and the Jews / Rafał Wnuk -- Victims 1939-1941 : the Soviet repressions in Eastern Poland / Grzegorz Hryciuk -- "Contact zones" in interethnic relations : the case of Western Belarus, 1939-1941 / Evgenii S. Rozenblat -- Was there a "Jewish collaboration" under Soviet occupation? : a case study from the Baranowicze region / Alexander Brakel -- "Only the Jews do not waver--" : L'viv under Soviet occupation / Christoph Mick -- The palace on the Ikva : Dubne, September 18th, 1939 and June 24th, 1941 / Marco Carynnyk -- Anti-Jewish pogroms in Western Ukraine : a research agenda / Dieter Pohl -- Pogroms in northeastern Poland : spontaneous reactions and German instigations / Andrzej Żbikowski -- Lithuania in summer 1941 : the German invasion and the Kaunas pogrom / Christoph Dieckmann.