Entangled in fear : everyday terror in Poland, 1944-1947 /

"This is a story about postwar Polish society and its emotions. This is a story of heroes: soldiers, deserters, orphans, and beggars. Now available in English for the first time, Entangled in Fear reveals the broken society where bandits, hunger, bombs, Russia, and countless other threats had a...

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Uniform title:Wielka trwoga.
Author / Creator: Zaremba, Marcin (Author)
Other Authors / Creators:Latynski, Maya, translator.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Polish
Language notes:Translated from the Polish.
Imprint: Bloomington, Indiana : Indiana University Press, [2022]
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Online Access:Click here for full text at Project MUSE
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264 1 |a Bloomington, Indiana :  |b Indiana University Press,  |c [2022] 
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505 0 |a Introduction : Before there was fear -- In the labyrinth of fear -- Fear in the interwar culture : the Bolsheviks and "Jewish communism" -- The trauma of a World War : psychosocial effects of the Second World War -- In the beginning was chaos -- "Out of the frying pan and into the fire" : the dreaded Red Army -- The demobilized -- Looting fever -- Outlaws : "The Dishonored Soldiers' Peasant War -- It was more than just travel nerves -- The politics of fear -- The phantoms of transience -- The three horsemen of the Apocalypse : hunger, high prices, and infectious diseases -- Ethnic phobias and violence -- Conclusion : "The boogeyman." 
520 |a "This is a story about postwar Polish society and its emotions. This is a story of heroes: soldiers, deserters, orphans, and beggars. Now available in English for the first time, Entangled in Fear reveals the broken society where bandits, hunger, bombs, Russia, and countless other threats had an immense influence on Poles as they struggled through the wreckage caused by World War II. Journalist and historian Marcin Zaremba uses sociology, psychology, and history to explore collective fear in official documents and the personal papers of those who were left to survive in postwar Poland. In doing so, he reveals how fear of famine and epidemics, sexual violence and looting, joblessness and invasion led directly to collective action on the part of Poles. A groundbreaking work, Entangled in Fear challenges the reader to consider how emotions have shaped human history and how a more serious engagement with emotions is key to a fuller understanding of the past"--  |c Provided by publisher 
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