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The Disentanglement of Populations : Migration, Expulsion and Displacement in Postwar Europe, 1944-49

By: Reinisch, Jessica.
Contributor(s): White, Elizabeth.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011Description: 1 online resource (380 p.).ISBN: 9780230297685.Subject(s): Forced migration --Europe -- History -- 20th century | Population transfers -- History -- 20th century | World War, 1939-1945 -- DeportationsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Disentanglement of Populations : Migration, Expulsion and Displacement in Postwar Europe, 1944-49DDC classification: 304.81 | 940.55 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; List of Maps, Illustrations and Tables; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; Part I: Explaining Post-War Displacement; 1 Trajectories of Population Displacement in the Aftermaths of Two World Wars; 2 Reconstructing the Nation-State: Population Transfer in Central and Eastern Europe, 1944-8; Part II: Expulsions and Forced Population Transfers; 3 Forced Migration of German Populations During and After the Second World War: History and Memory; 4 The Exodus of Italians from Istria and Dalmatia, 1945-56
5 Evacuation versus Repatriation: The Polish-Ukrainian Population Exchange, 1944-6Part III: National and Ethnic Projects; 6 'National Refugees', Displaced Persons, and the Reconstruction of Italy: The Case of Trieste; 7 Return, Displacement and Revenge: Majorities and Minorities in Osnabrück at the End of the Second World War; 8 Stateless Citizens of Israel: Jewish Displaced Persons and Zionism in Post-War Germany; Part IV: Labour and Employment; 9 Refugees and Labour in the Soviet Zone of Germany, 1945-9
10 From Displaced Persons to Labourers: Allied Employment Policies in Post-War West Germany11 British Post-War Migration Policy and Displaced Persons in Europe; Part V Children; 12 The Return of Evacuated Children to Leningrad, 1944-6; 13 Relocating Children During the Greek Civil War, 1946-9: State Strategies and Propaganda; Epilogue; 14 A Disorder of Peoples: The Uncertain Ground of Reconstruction in 1945; Bibliography; Index
Summary: An examination of population movements, both forced and voluntary, within the broader context of Europe in the aftermath of the Second World War, in both Western and Eastern Europe. The authors bring to life problems of war and post-war chaos, and assess lasting social, political and demographic consequences.
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Cover; Contents; List of Maps, Illustrations and Tables; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; Part I: Explaining Post-War Displacement; 1 Trajectories of Population Displacement in the Aftermaths of Two World Wars; 2 Reconstructing the Nation-State: Population Transfer in Central and Eastern Europe, 1944-8; Part II: Expulsions and Forced Population Transfers; 3 Forced Migration of German Populations During and After the Second World War: History and Memory; 4 The Exodus of Italians from Istria and Dalmatia, 1945-56

5 Evacuation versus Repatriation: The Polish-Ukrainian Population Exchange, 1944-6Part III: National and Ethnic Projects; 6 'National Refugees', Displaced Persons, and the Reconstruction of Italy: The Case of Trieste; 7 Return, Displacement and Revenge: Majorities and Minorities in Osnabrück at the End of the Second World War; 8 Stateless Citizens of Israel: Jewish Displaced Persons and Zionism in Post-War Germany; Part IV: Labour and Employment; 9 Refugees and Labour in the Soviet Zone of Germany, 1945-9

10 From Displaced Persons to Labourers: Allied Employment Policies in Post-War West Germany11 British Post-War Migration Policy and Displaced Persons in Europe; Part V Children; 12 The Return of Evacuated Children to Leningrad, 1944-6; 13 Relocating Children During the Greek Civil War, 1946-9: State Strategies and Propaganda; Epilogue; 14 A Disorder of Peoples: The Uncertain Ground of Reconstruction in 1945; Bibliography; Index

An examination of population movements, both forced and voluntary, within the broader context of Europe in the aftermath of the Second World War, in both Western and Eastern Europe. The authors bring to life problems of war and post-war chaos, and assess lasting social, political and demographic consequences.

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PAMELA BALLINGER Associate Professor of Anthropology, Bowdoin College, USA GUSTAVO CORNI Professor of Contemporary History, University of Trento, Italy GEOFF ELEY Karl Pohrt Distinguished University Professor of Contemporary History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA MATTHEW FRANK Lecturer in International History, University of Leeds, UK PETER GATRELL Professor of Economic History, University of Manchester, UK CATHERINE GOUSSEFF Historian at the Centre National de la Recherche scientifique (CNRS), Paris, France LOUKIANOS HASSIOTIS Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary History, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece PANIKOS PANAYI Professor of European History, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK AVINOAM J. PATT Philip D. Feltman Professor of Modern Jewish History, University of Hartford, USA SILVIA SALVATICI Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Teramo, Italy RAINER SCHULZE Head of Department of History, University of Essex, UK JOHANNES-DIETER STEINERT Professor of Modern European History and Migration Studies, University of Wolverhampton, UK

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