Peoples on the Move: Population Transfers and Ethnic Cleansing Policies during World War II and its Aftermath

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Gustavo Corni, Tamás Stark
Bloomsbury Academic, Sep 15, 2008 - History - 256 pages
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World War II and the years following it witnessed the greatest demographic turmoil in the history of mankind. As a result of Nazi genocide, Germany's aggressive territorial expansion, and the vengeance of the occupied peoples after the German defeat, millions of men and women were forced out of their homelands. Central and Eastern Europe were most seriously affected. This book takes a comprehensive look at the whole of humanity displaced by WWII, from POWs to Jewish citizens.

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Forced Migration Plans and Policies of Nazi Germany
The Population Policies of the Axis Allies
Population Movements at the End of the War and in Its Aftermath

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Gustavo Corni is at the University of Trent. Tamas Stark is at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

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