Identity and memory have been contentious topics in many societies,

particularly for those undergoing major change. Nowhere is

this more the case than in the current Germany, where history and

its interpretation matter more than ever precisely because many

ingredients of contemporary German politics and society are in flux.

This open issue of German Politics and Society features four articles

that address some of the major topics that are at the core of Germany’s

debates concerning identity and memory.

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