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    Against their will : the history and geography of forced migrations in the USSR
    Poli͡an, P. M.

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    Personal Author:
    Poli͡an, P. M.
    Uniform title:
    Ne po svoeĭ vole. English
    Against their will : the history and geography of forced migrations in the USSR / by Pavel Polian.
    Publication info:
    Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2004.
    Physical description:
    xii, 425 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
    Content type:
    General Note:
    "First published in Russian as Ne po svoyey vole-- istoriya i geografiya prinuditelnykh migratsii v SSSR by OGI Memorial, in 2001."
    General Note:
    Translated by Anna Yastrzhembska.
    Bibliography note:
    Includes bibliographical references (p. [377]-398) and indexes.
    Forced migrations: pre-history and classification -- Forced migrations before Hitler and Stalin: historical excursus -- Forced migrations and Second World War -- Classification of forced migrations -- Part I. Forced migrations within the USSR -- Forced migrations before the Second World War (1919-1939) -- First Soviet deportations and resettlements in 1919-1929 -- Dekulakization and kulak exile in 1930-1931 -- Kulak exile and famine repercussions in 1932-1934 -- Frontier zone cleansing and other forced migrations in 1934-1939 -- Forced migrations during and after the Second World War (1939-1953) -- Selective deportations from the annexed territories of Poland, Baltic Republics and Romania in 1939-1941 -- Total preventive deportation of Soviet Germans, Finns and Greeks in 1941-1942 -- Retributive total deportations of the peoples of the North Caucasus and Crimea in 1943-1944 -- Preventive forced deportations from the Transcaucasia, and other deportations during the last stage of the war in 1944-1945 -- Compensatory forced migrations in 1941-1946 -- Ethnic and other deportations after the Second World War, 1949-1953 -- Patterns of deported peoples settlement, and rehabilitation process -- Patterns of deported peoples settlement at the destinations -- Rehabilitation and internal repatriation of Kalmyks and peoples of the North Caucasus -- Rehabilitation of Germans -- Rehabilitation of the Crimean Tatars -- Rehabilitation of Meshketian Turks -- Repressed peoples and ethnic conflicts on the territory of the USSR in the 1990s -- Part II. International forced migrations -- Internment and deportation of German civilians from European countries to the USSR -- The victors labor balance and labor reparations -- Internment of Germans in Southeast Europe -- Internment of Germans on the territory of the Third Reich -- Some outcomes of the operation on internment of Germans -- Employment of labor of German civilians from European countries in the USSR, and their repatriation -- Destination geography and employment of labor of German internees in the USSR -- Beginning of repatriation of internees, and new labor reparations -- Further repatriation process and its completion -- In lieu of a conclusion: geo-demographic scale and repercussions of forced migrations in the USSR -- Afterword at the crossroads of geography and history (by Anatoly Vishnevsky).
    Subject term:
    Migration, Internal--Soviet Union--History.
    Subject term:
    Forced migration--Soviet Union--History.
    Subject term:
    Political persecution--Soviet Union--History.
    Subject term:
    Deportation--Soviet Union--History.
    Subject term:
    World War, 1939-1945--Forced repatriation.
    9639241687 (cloth)
    9639241733 (pbk.)

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