This brief introduction defines historical memory and describes the reasons that bitter internecine conflicts produce continuing debates and divisions in later generations. It outlines the sequence of chapters that will cover background information, memory and ideology, the impact of the past on politics, the nature of reconciliation, and the influence of economic and social change.
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