The American Historical Review

"The focus of the volume on the processes of memory in the localities of L’viv and Wrocław is an effective way to draw attention to the experience of large-scale historical processes at the local level, drawing on a repertoire of sources that would not otherwise be tapped. It will be of interest to students of a wide range of topics, including history, memory, urbanism, and mass population displacement in East-Central Europe and beyond."
Reviewed book: 
Lviv and Wrocław, Cities in Parallel?  Myth, Memory, and Migration, c. 1890-Present, edited by Jan Fellerer and Robert Pyrah
Jan Fellerer
Robert Pyrah
$79.00 / €69.00 / £63.00