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Germans as aliens in post- war British popular culture
Judith Vonberg

represent the greatest cause for anxiety were Germans. Although concern regarding aliens in the post-1945 period was largely focused on non-white immigration, developments in the earlier part of the century had forged a link between Germanness and alien threat, which, combined with the renewed threat of invasion experienced during the recent conflict, the insistence during that conflict on German alterity and the perceived need to shore up British identity, led to the resurfacing of the trope. In this chapter, I will use close readings of two post-war films – Sink the

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