Outcast Europe : Refugees and Relief Workers in an Era of Total War 1936-48
By: Gemie, Sharif.
Contributor(s): Reid, Fiona | Humbert, Laure.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Continuum International Publishing, 2011Description: 1 online resource (760 p.).ISBN: 9781441146830.Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees -- EuropeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Outcast Europe : Refugees and Relief Workers in an Era of Total War 1936-48DDC classification: 305.906914 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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To Patricia Clark (1957-2010); Contents; Preface; Writing Outcast Europe; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Introduction: Writing Refugees; The Inner World of the Refugee; Defining Refugees; Writing Refugees; Historians and Refugees; The Great Journey: Transformative Movement and the Second World War; PART ONE; The Midnight of the Century; 1; The Retirada: Spanish Republican Refugees, 1939; The Refugees' War; Images of France; Organizing the Retirada; The French Reception: Watching the War; The French Reception: Organizing Welfare; The French Reception: the Spanish Experience
The French Reception: Controlling the FloodConclusion; 2; At the Limits of the Nation State: French Evacuations, 1939-1940; Planning Evacuation; Evacuation in Wartime; Preparing for the Evacuees; Evacuation Stories; Reception and a New Life; Alsace and Lorraine After the Evacuation; Conclusion; 3; The Exodus: French Internal Refugees, 1940; The Broken Hinge; May 1940; Soldiers and Civilians: Encounters on the Road; Images of the Crowd: The Mindless Underworld; Making Sense of the Exode; Solidarity on the Road; Conclusion; 4; After The Exodus: Return, Expulsion and Escape
The Challenges of ReturnReturning Home; Other Journeys: Continuing Southwards; Other Journeys: 'Visa: A Hundred-Act Vexation'; A Second exode? The Expulsions of Alsatians and Mosellans; Conclusion; PART TWO; FALSE DAWN; 5; Lessons Unlearned: Wartime Debates and the Creation of UNRRA; Ending Another War; Neutrality and Commitment: the Red Cross and UNRRA; Planning UNRRA; Criticizing UNRRA, Defending UNRRA; Recording UNRRA: Beyond Bureaucracy; Joining UNRRA; UNRRA at Granville; Zones and Organizations; Conclusion; 6; Into Darkest Germany; Travelling into Germany; Finding the Camps
Documents and DPsThe Status of the Relief Worker; Frauleins, Girls and Ladies: Women Relief Workers; Requisitioning, Scrounging and the Black Market; Helping the People Help Themselves; Dedication and Commitment; Conclusion; 7; In the Camps; The Politics of Empathy; The Politics of Critique; A Liberation that was not a Liberation; DPs and Nationality; Protests, Initiatives and National Resurgence; DPs and Relief Workers; Conclusion; 8; Other Paths: Returning to Nationhood; Returning to Poland; 'Returning' to Israel; Conclusion; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography
An original perspective on the experience of refugees and relief workers.
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