Viols en temps de guerre, psychiatrie et temporalités enchevêtrées. Expériences de femmes violées par les soldats de l’Armée Rouge entre la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale et le début de la période de paix (République démocratique allemande, 1958-1968)

TitleViols en temps de guerre, psychiatrie et temporalités enchevêtrées. Expériences de femmes violées par les soldats de l’Armée Rouge entre la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale et le début de la période de paix (République démocratique allemande, 1958-1968)
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsLe Bonhomme, Fanny
JournalGuerres mondiales et conflits contemporains
Volume257
Issue1
Start Page53
Pagination53-74
Date Published2015
Abstract

At the end of the Second World War and before the return to peace, almost two million German women were raped by soldiers of the Red Army. In the Soviet zone, and then in the GDR, the victims were reduced to silence because of the new political context. However, during their stays in psychiatric clinics 10-20 years after the fact, some of these women spoke to therapists about this sensitive and painful topic. Based on a corpus of psychiatric and psychotherapeutic records of these statements, this study focuses on the experiences of these women, amal­gamating multiple accounts in non-linear time, and examining the way that the matter was regarded. (Cairn International)

Translated TitleRape in times of war, psychiatry and entangled temporalities: Experiences of women raped by soldiers of the Red Army between the end of the Second World War and the beginning of the period of peace (Democratic Republic of Germany 1958-1968)
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