By Jolande Withuis, Annet Mooij
This examine compares the rules and attitudes towards the healthiness effects of worldwide warfare II in 11 eu nations: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, East Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and West Germany. It indicates the remarkably asynchronous improvement in those international locations of future health care financing and therapy for battle survivors, and of the sufferers’ notion in their personal well-being. utilizing an leading edge and multidisciplinary strategy, Withuis and Mooij learn postwar well-being care within the context of the eu political weather at the moment.
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Kriegsgefangene des Zweiten Weltkrieges. 32 Nußbaumer, ‘Osteuropäische Frauen’; Hauch, ‘Ostarbeiterinnen’; Industrie; Frauen in Oberdonau. indd 22 31-5-2010 14:52:29 A Nation of Victims | 23 set up a Reconciliation Fund33 to provide compensation to former forced laborers. To this day, however, a sense of injustice in this context is absent among many segments of the population, who reject compensation being paid to forced laborers with the argument that ‘our people’ had to work too. 1945: The Austrian nation as victim In 1945, the Austrian population was very relieved indeed that the war was over; nevertheless, the Allied liberation that turned into a ten-year occupation was accompanied by ambivalent feelings.
In many circles, concentration camp survivors had the image of ex-criminals. Veterans and soldiers who had fallen in action were regarded as the true victims. 38 Austrian officialdom launched no initiatives to facilitate the return of these exiles, aside from a few who had performed particularly ‘meritorious service’ abroad. And then there was the problematic issue of the denazification of 700,000 former members of the nsdap, 540,000 of whom complied with the order to officially register. 23% of these registered National Socialists were summarily dismissed from public service jobs and 36,000 from positions in the private sector.
The spö and övp ruled in the form of a coalition until 1966; the övp ruled alone from 1966 to 1970, then, the spö ruled alone from 1970 to 1983 under Chancellor Bruno Kreisky, a man who personally symbolized the ambivalence of Austrian victimhood. Of Jewish descent, a Social Democrat who was arrested in 1934 and interned in Wöllersdorf, Kreisky succeeded in fleeing to Sweden. Like many leftist Austrian Jews, he saw himself as having been primarily a victim of political persecution and rejected a Jewish identity being ascribed to him.