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Warlands : population resettlement and state reconstruction in the Soviet-East European Borderlands, 1945-50 / edited by Peter Gatrell and Nick Baron.

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Published
    Basingstoke [England] ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
    Locale
    Europe, Eastern
    Soviet Union
    Germany
    Contents
    From 'Homelands' to 'Warlands': Themes, Approaches, Voices / Peter Gatrell
    Part I Transit: National Experiences and International Interventions in Postwar Displaced Persons Camps
    Living in the Displaced Persons Camp: Lithuanian War Refugees in the West, 1944-54 / Tomas Balkelis
    'How those Brothers in Foreign Lands are Dividing the Fatherland': Latvian National Politics in Displaced Persons Camps after the Second World War / Aldis Purs
    The Quaker Internationalist Tradition in Displaced Persons Camps, 1945-48 / Jenny Carson
    Part II Return: Soviet Postwar Resettlement Practices and Population Management
    Remaking Soviet Society: the Filtration of Returnees from Nazi Germany, 1944-49 / Nick Baron
    Dirt, Disease and Disorder: Population Re-placement in Postwar Leningrad and the 'Danger' of Social Contamination / Siobhan Peeling
    The Repatriation of Armenians to Soviet Armenia, 1945-49 / Joanne Haycock
    Part III Border Crossings: State Practices of Displacement and National Reconstruction
    Ukrainian-Polish Population Transfers, 1944-46: Moving in Opposite Directions / Kateryna Stadnik
    To Pacify, Populate and Polonise: Territorial Transformations and the Displacement of Ethnic Minorities in Communist Poland, 1944-49 / Konrad Zielinski
    Population Displacement and Regional Reconstruction in Postwar Poland: the Case of Upper Silesia / Ewa Ochman
    Part IV The Politics of Memory: Long-Term Perspectives on Displacement
    Locating Estonia: Perspectives from Exile and the Homeland / Meike Wulf
    Violent Peacetime: Reconceptualising Displacement and Resettlement in the Soviet-East European Borderlands after the Second World War / Peter Gatrell and Nick Baron.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Gatrell, Peter.
    Baron, Nick, 1969-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    From 'Homelands' to 'Warlands': Themes, Approaches, Voices / Peter Gatrell -- Part I Transit: National Experiences and International Interventions in Postwar Displaced Persons Camps -- Living in the Displaced Persons Camp: Lithuanian War Refugees in the West, 1944-54 / Tomas Balkelis -- 'How those Brothers in Foreign Lands are Dividing the Fatherland': Latvian National Politics in Displaced Persons Camps after the Second World War / Aldis Purs -- The Quaker Internationalist Tradition in Displaced Persons Camps, 1945-48 / Jenny Carson -- Part II Return: Soviet Postwar Resettlement Practices and Population Management -- Remaking Soviet Society: the Filtration of Returnees from Nazi Germany, 1944-49 / Nick Baron -- Dirt, Disease and Disorder: Population Re-placement in Postwar Leningrad and the 'Danger' of Social Contamination / Siobhan Peeling -- The Repatriation of Armenians to Soviet Armenia, 1945-49 / Joanne Haycock -- Part III Border Crossings: State Practices of Displacement and National Reconstruction -- Ukrainian-Polish Population Transfers, 1944-46: Moving in Opposite Directions / Kateryna Stadnik -- To Pacify, Populate and Polonise: Territorial Transformations and the Displacement of Ethnic Minorities in Communist Poland, 1944-49 / Konrad Zielinski -- Population Displacement and Regional Reconstruction in Postwar Poland: the Case of Upper Silesia / Ewa Ochman -- Part IV The Politics of Memory: Long-Term Perspectives on Displacement -- Locating Estonia: Perspectives from Exile and the Homeland / Meike Wulf -- Violent Peacetime: Reconceptualising Displacement and Resettlement in the Soviet-East European Borderlands after the Second World War / Peter Gatrell and Nick Baron.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780230576018
    023057601X (hbk.)
    Physical Description
    xv, 276 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.

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