This dictionary of the discourse of guilt lists those keywords of the early postwar period that were especially relevant within the context of the discourse of guilt. THey are words that victims, perpetrators and those who showed indifference used to talk about the guilt (and innocence) of the Germans, to argue, and to admit guilt. THeir usage is documented in an extensive source index. AN introduction explains the distinctive feature of this discourse dictionary, the sources from which its entries were taken, and the structure of the articles.
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Subtítulo: EIN WORTERBUCH ZUM SCHULDDISKURS 1945-1955