Comics, the Holocaust and Hiroshima by Jane L. Chapman, Adam Sherif, Dan Ellin

By Jane L. Chapman, Adam Sherif, Dan Ellin

Comics, the Holocaust and Hiroshima breaks new floor for heritage by means of exploring the connection among comics as a cultural list, historiography, reminiscence and trauma experiences. Comics have a twin function as resources: for gauging information of the Holocaust and during shut research, as stories and narratives of adolescence feelings and reports.

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Uniquely in Paroles d’étoiles these are updated by subsequent adult explorations of that memory. The flexibility of the comic strip format opens up an instant appreciation of the inherent significance of childhood experiences. Despite cross references to the present, individual memory contributions in Paroles d’étoiles are progressed in a chronological order, and given historical context in each comics representation, representing varying aspects of Jewish children’s lives from 1942 to the Liberation – hardship and poverty, but also kindness by members of the public and most temporary guardians.

0005  Comics, the Holocaust and Hiroshima repeating. ‘The duty of memory is not restricted to preserving the material trace, ... but maintains the feeling of being obligated with respect to these others’ (2004, 89). Collective memory is always changing as members of the group disappear or join (Halbwachs, 1980). With the possible exception of Danielle Bailly (2010), who presents an entire volume of (text-only) stories of French hidden children’s survival, Paroles d’étoiles publications register a level of personal suffering that most academic texts fail to document.

Now] ... emotion and empathy accompany knowledge’ (Hartman, 1996: 142). 0005 Childhood Memories of the Holocaust and Vichy  entertaining Nazis, and Cathérine needs to be protected; Clara plans to deposit her with a carer in the provinces whilst she becomes more active in the Resistance abroad. Later it emerges that the child does not even know she is Jewish, neither is she aware that her father died fighting for the republican cause in the Spanish Civil War. Understandably, the overwhelming feeling of this five-year-old in 1942 is one of abandonment.

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