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Associational memory
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Chapter 5 broaches how these personal dynamics of memory converge in collective commemoration and the capacity of these mnemonic practices to shape the historical reception of the mutiny. In particular, the chapter scrutinises the Fraternal Association of the Veterans of the Black Sea and their Friends set up in 1949, with its last act in 1973. The precarious history of the Association amounts to a contest to assert the significance of the 1919 mutinies against powerful forces of oblivion, revealing the way in which 1919 stayed with the mutineer generation.

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Mutinous memories

A subjective history of French military protest in 1919


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