By Alexandra Wangler
This booklet contributes to the theoretical and methodological dialogue approximately how the diverging stories of generations and their historic stories play a task within the strategy of nationwide identification formation. Drawing from narratives accumulated in the Ukrainian minority in northern Poland and founded at the collective trauma of motion Vistula, the place in 1947 approximately 140,000 Ukrainians have been resettled from south-eastern Poland and relocated to the north-western components, this learn indicates that 3 generations differ significantly with reference to their understandings of domestic, integration, historical past and faith. therefore, generational ameliorations are a necessary point within the research and figuring out of social and political swap. The findings of this research supply a contribution to debates concerning the method established nature of nationwide id, the position of trauma in growing generational recognition and the way generations could be conceptualized.