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Mythen en martelaren in het Vlaams-nationalisme : de beeldvorming rond Rosa de Guchtenaere (1875-1942)

(2001) TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS. 114(3). p.394-410
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In the interwar period Rosa de Guchtenaere was the female paragon of Flemish nationalism. With the theories of Anthony D. Smith and Adrian Hastings in mind, I trace the religious dimensions of her representation (as Christ, martyr and missionary) and her death Flemish nationalists both on the extreme right and the far left claimed De Guchtenaere's spiritual legacy. My research shows that she was a feminist and democratic nationalist until shortly after World War I. After 1921 she slowly evolved into an anti-democratic and racist nationalist. No group can claim her exclusively for its own interests.

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Van Ginderachter, Maarten. 2001. “Mythen En Martelaren in Het Vlaams-nationalisme : De Beeldvorming Rond Rosa De Guchtenaere (1875-1942).” Tijdschrift Voor Geschiedenis 114 (3): 394–410.
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Van Ginderachter, Maarten. (2001). Mythen en martelaren in het Vlaams-nationalisme : de beeldvorming rond Rosa de Guchtenaere (1875-1942). TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS, 114(3), 394–410.
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Van Ginderachter M. Mythen en martelaren in het Vlaams-nationalisme : de beeldvorming rond Rosa de Guchtenaere (1875-1942). TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS. 2001;114(3):394–410.
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Van Ginderachter, Maarten. “Mythen En Martelaren in Het Vlaams-nationalisme : De Beeldvorming Rond Rosa De Guchtenaere (1875-1942).” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS 114.3 (2001): 394–410. Print.
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