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Warlands
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2009

Warlands

Population Resettlement and State Reconstruction in the Soviet-East European Borderlands, 1945-50

ISBN
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978-0-230-57601-8
9780230576018
Artikel-Nr.
GQPWD5D
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137.63
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1
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13
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Donnerstag
14.10.2021
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The displacement of population during and after the Second World War took place on a global scale and formed part of a longer historical process of violence, territorial reconfiguration and state 'development'. This book focuses on the profound political, social and economic upheavals in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe at this time.
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Stichwörter
Migration
Population displacement
Diaspora
USSR
Nazi Germany
Stalin
Hitler
Resettlement
Postwar
Refugees
Displaced persons
DP Camps
communism
Europe
exile
intervention
Lenin
Poland
Polis
Soviet Union
transformation
Ukraine
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)
violence
Zielgruppe
Research
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Preface& Acknowledgements List of Maps and Photos Abbreviations From 'Homelands' to 'Warlands': Themes, Approaches, Voices; P.Gatrell PART I: TRANSIT: NATIONAL EXPERIENCES AND INTERNATIONAL INTERVENTIONS IN POST-WAR DP CAMPS Living in the DP Camp: Lithuanian Refugees in the West, 1944-1954; T.Balkelis 'How those brothers in foreign lands are dividing the fatherland': Latvian National Politics in Displaced Persons Camps after the Second World War; A.Purs The Quaker Internationalist Tradition in Displaced Person Camps 1945-1948; J.Carson PART II: RETURN: SOVIET POST-WAR RESETTLEMENT PRACTICES AND POPULATION MANAGEMENT Remaking Soviet Society: the Filtration of Returnees from Nazi Germany, 1944-1949; N.Baron Dirt, Disease and Disorder: Population Re-placement in Post-war Leningrad and the 'Danger' of Social Contamination; S.Peeling Chapter 7: The Repatriation of Armenians to Soviet Armenia, 1945-1949 (Joanne Laycock) PART III: BORDER CROSSINGS: STATE PRACTICES OF DISPLACEMENT AND NATIONAL RECONSTRUCTION Ukrainian-Polish Population Transfers, 1944-1946: Moving in Opposite Directions; K.Stadnik To Pacify, Populate and Polonize: Territorial Transformations and the Displacement of Ethnic Minorities in Communist Poland, 1944-1949; K.Zielinski Population Displacement and Regional Reconstruction in Post-War Poland: the Case of Upper Silesia; E.Ochman PART IV: THE POLITICS OF MEMORY: LONG-TERM PERSPECTIVES ON DISPLACEMENT Locating Estonia: Perspectives from Exile and the Homeland; M.Wulf Violent Peacetime: Reconceptualising Displacement and Resettlement in the Soviet-East European Borderlands after the Second World War; P.Gatrell & N.Baron Index
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TOMAS BALKELIS AHRC Research Associate, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, University of Manchester, UK NICK BARON Associate Professor in History, the University of Nottingham, UK JENNY CARSON Doctoral Candidate, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, University of Manchester, UK PETER GATRELL Professor of Economic History, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, University of Manchester, UK JO LAYCOCK Manoogian Simone Post-doctoral Fellow (2008), University of Michigan, USA ALDIS PURS Research Scholar, the University of Washington, USA KATERYNA STADNIK Research Fellow, the Institute of Sociology, National Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine MEIKE WULF Assistant Professor of the Political Culture of Europe, the University of Maastricht, the Netherlands KONRAD ZIELINSKI Associate Professor in the Centre for Ethnic Studies, Maria Curie-SkLodowska University, Lublin, Poland
Leserkritik

"It is inter-ethnic subtleties of this kind which are brought to light so well in this excellent collection of essays - essential reading for students of Central and Eastern Europe." - European History Quarterly

"The strengths of Warlands are numerous, and the volume represents an impressive contribution to a growing body of scholarship on resettlement." - Journal of Contemporary History

Publikation
Grossbritannien
22.10.2009
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Sprache
Englisch
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Hardcover
276 Seiten
21.6 cm
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14.2 cm
(Breite)
2.3 cm
(Tiefe)
454 g
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