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The interplay between collective memory and the erosion of nation states : the paradigmatic case of Belgium. Introduction to the special issue

Bibliographic reference Luminet, Olivier ; Licata, Laurent ; Rosoux, Valérie ; Klein, Olivier ; Heenen-Wolff, Susann ; et. al. The interplay between collective memory and the erosion of nation states : the paradigmatic case of Belgium. Introduction to the special issue . In: Memory Studies, Vol. 5, no.1, p. 3-15 (2012)
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