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Artem I. Kuritsyn (2013)
Publisher: Academic Publishing House Researcher
Journal: Evropejskij Issledovatelʹ
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Russian expatriate community, “second wave of emigration”, emigrants’ pro-Soviet attitude, People’s Labor Union, dissidence in USSR as a factor of propaganda efforts., Social Sciences, H
The review considers A.V. Antoshin’s monograph “Russian Emigrants in Terms of “Cold War” (Middle 1940s – Middle 1960s)”. Special attention is attached to the problem, concerned with the second wave of emigration. The article analyses the process of Soviet citizens repatriation after the World War II, considers the issues, concerned with the political activities of Russian expatriate community, propaganda efforts of People’s Labor Union and other emigration organizations.

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