Education and the Second World War
Studies in Schooling and Social Change
Edited by Roy Lowe
Routledge – 2012 – 252 pages
This was the first book which globally surveyed the impact of the Second World War on schooling. It offers fascinating comparisons of the impact of total war, both in terms of physical disruption and its effects on the ideology of schooling. By analysing the effects on the education systems of each of the participant nations the contributors throw new light on the responses made in different parts of the globe to the challenge of world-wide conflict.
1. Education in England During the Second World War Roy Lowe. 2. Schooling for Little Soldiers: German Education in the Second World War Geoffrey Giles 3. Soviet Schools in the Great Patriotic War John Dunstan 4. Schooling Uncle Sam’s Children: Education in the USA, 1941-45 Ronald D Cohen. 5. Education in Wartime Japan, 1937-1945 Richard Rubinger 6. Italian Education During World War II: Remnants of Failed Fascist Education, Seeds of the New Schools Richard J Wolff 7. War and Educational Reconstruction in Belgium, France and the Netherlands, 1940-47 Guy Neave 8. Education as Resistance: The Polish Experience of Schooling During the War Jozef Krausuki 9. War and Peace: The Effects of the World War II on Hungarian Education Attila Horvath 10 .The Impact of the Second World War on Education in Britain’s Colonial Empire Clive Whitehead 11. World War II and the Secondary School Curriculum: A Comparative Study of the USA and Australia Andrew Spaull 12. The Scottish School System, Educational Reform and the Second World War John Lloyd 13. ‘Our Dear Channel Islands’: A Survey of Education in Jersey During the German Occupation, 1940-45 Janet Likeman 14. Re-Education: Remedial Training in Democratic Modes of Thought and Behaviour. The Re-education Scheme of the British Military Government in the Administrative District of Cologne (1946) Hans-Jürgen Apel. Index.