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sohag hasan
Jul 16, 2022
In Music Forum
The war between Russia and Ukraine has been almost seven weeks since the Russian army attacked Ukraine on February 24. No matter what the cause, development, result and impact of this war on Europe and the whole world, no matter the integration of international politics, and no matter how loud the voices of various countries in the world are due to their various considerations, the only thing that can be sure is The thing is, the memories of the war that this war has brought to the vast majority of people around the world will not be exactly the same. Those who died in the war, except their relatives and friends, will not cause much memory and memory of others, which is rather the necessity of human nature. We can also expect the Russian-Ukrainian war to be like all other wars, and the memories and retrospectives of the survivors will add many different chapters and interpretations to the war narrative. These narratives will advance our understanding of war, and they are part of the evolution of human history - no matter how dark and cruel and Shadow Making unsettling they are! The Russia-Ukraine War is not over yet, and the future outcome is unpredictable, but we can discuss the so-called "postmemory" issue from past historical experience. There are many unspoken parts of war narratives, and focusing our attention on the "missing voices" will make our discourses about war more eloquent. Rich. The discussion of "post-memory" has this effect—especially in an age where war survivors are dying. Everyone's memory and post-memory of the war are different "Postmemory" refers to the memory inherited by the descendants of survivors, which is a "second-hand" memory. The term "post-memory" is widely known through the u More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels
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