Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

5/6/2008

A new light on the Korean War

Individuals may try to forget personal traumas of the past, but nations must do their best to remember even the most disturbing national tragedies. The ritual of remembering shared historical experiences, along with traditional ties like shared ethnicity, language, religion, and geography, shapes national identity. And the way a nation remembers the painful past may say more about that nation’s identity and character than the way it celebrates past feats and conquests. for more click here

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