Forced Migration in Central and Eastern Europe, 1939-1950 (Paperback)Alfred J. Rieber (editor)
Paperback 200 Pages / Published: 01/08/2000
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During and after World War II, millions of people in Central and Eastern Europe were uprooted and deported from their ancestral homelands in an unprecedented series of ethnic cleansings. The expulsion of minorities created more homogenous states than had previously existed in the region but caused massive social and psychological problems that lasted for generations. These nine case studies, written by Russian, German and Austrian scholars and based on archival findings, should shed new light on deportations and resettlement in Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Germany. The introduction places forced migration throughout the region in a broad historical context.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 200
Dimensions: 222 x 161 mm
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