Forced Migration in Central and Eastern Europe, 1939-1950

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Alfred J. Rieber
Psychology Press, 2000 - History - 197 pages
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 historical context.
 

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Jak dlugo doplywy Dniepra, beda we naszej krwi, tak dlugo Polske wielka, bedziemy milowali.

Contents

The Deportation of the Polish Population
28
The Catholic Church and Deportations
64
The Fate of Hungarian Minorities in Slovakia
83
Migration of the Germans after the Second World
96
The Refugee Problem
115
Refugees and Expellees in the Soviet Zone
148
Reactions
175
Notes on Contributors
191
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