“Parents and Children in Second World War Germany: An Inter-generational Perspective on Wartime Separation”. This article explains how the relationship between parents and their children was affected by World War II. as after their parents had to leave they still continued to play an important role in their children’s lives. As parents struggled in the war to be able to return to their homes. This article is important since it suggests how the family relationship between parents and children was affected by the Second World War, supporting the fact that, for example, older children had to take actions thinking about the future with their parents.
Vaizey, Hester. “Parents and Children in Second World War Germany: An Inter-Generational Perspective on Wartime Separation.” Journal of contemporary history 46.2 (2011): 364–382. Web.
“Childhood temporary separation: long-term effects of the British evacuation of children during World War 2 on older adults’ attachment styles”. This article suggests the long-term effects on children of the separation from their parents by the Second World War, how this affected their behavior as adults, to the point of creating emotional dependence in a small group of women. This is important in my research because it suggests that the separation of children and their parents can create a series of behaviors and habits for the rest of their lives and cause irreversible damage in the lives of children.
Rusby, Tasker. “Childhood Temporary Separation: Long-Term Effects of the British Evacuation of Children During World War 2 on Older Adults’ Attachment Styles.” Attachment & human development 10.2 (2008): 207–221. Web.
“Depressive Symptoms in Adults Separated from Their Parents as Children: A Natural Experiment during World War II.” This article explains the symptoms of depression suffered by some children who were separated from their parents during the Second World War. This article was based on a natural experiment done during the Second World War. This article is important for my analysis because it deals with the issue of depression suffered by some people who were separated from their parents, creating trauma in their lives and causing depression.
Pesonen, Räikkönen. “Depressive Symptoms in Adults Separated from Their Parents as Children: A Natural Experiment During World War II.” American journal of epidemiology 166.10 (2007): 1126–1133. Web.