Holly Case teaches history at Cornell University and is the author of Between States: The Transylvanian Question and the European Idea During World War II (Stanford).
In his writing and life, Thomas Bernhard led a charge in the opposite direction. His publisher always broke his fall.
A postwar German novelist’s complicated legacy.
A new history of Europe’s postwar world and its displaced persons.
Tara Zahra explains why orphaned children held a special grip on Europe’s postwar imagination.