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Ian Connor
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Manchester University Press; 1 edition (March 15, 2008)
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Start by marking Refugees and Expellees in Post-War Germany as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. At the end of the Second World War, some 12 million German refugees and expellees left their homelands to return to what remained of the former Reich. This book is the first study in English of the economic, social, and po At the end of the Second World War, some 12 million German refugees and expellees left their homelands to return to what remained of the former Reich.

Refugees and expellees in post-war Germany. Published by: Manchester University Press. Book Description: At the end of the Second World War, some 12 million German refugees and expellees fled or were expelled from their homelands in Eastern and Central Europe into what remained of the former Reich.

Article in Central European History 43(03):549-551 · September 2010 with 12 Reads.

Manchester Refugees and Expellees in Post-War Germany. Manchester: Manchester University Press. ISBN 978-0-7190-6886-7. Volume 43 Issue 3 - Astrid M. Eckert. Article in Central European History 43(03):549-551 · September 2010 with 12 Reads. Cite this publication. Refugees and Expellees in Post-War Germany.

Ian Connor, Refugees and Expellees in Post-War Germany, Manchester University Press, 2007, p. 126. ^ a b Connor, Refugees and Expellees, p. 127. ^ Connor, Refugees and Expellees, p. 128. ^ a b c Grosser, Germany in Our Time, p. 253. ^ Grosser, Germany in Our Time, pp. 252-253.

lisää kirjanmerkkeihin tai kirjoita muistiinpanoja lukiessasi kohdetta Refugees and Expellees in Post-War Germany. Ian Connor was Senior Lecturer in German at the University of Ulster at Coleraine, Northern Ireland until 2010.

Lataa offline-lukemista varten, korosta, lisää kirjanmerkkeihin tai kirjoita muistiinpanoja lukiessasi kohdetta Refugees and Expellees in Post-War Germany.

Published by: Manchester University Press. At the end of the Second World War, some 12 million German refugees and expellees fled or were expelled from their homelands in Eastern and Central Europe into what remained of the former Reich. This book examines their economic, social and political integration in Germany from 1945 up to the present day. Table of Contents.

Ian Connor, Refugees and Expellees in Post-War Germany (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2007). Philip Ther, ‘Expellee Policy in the Soviet-Occupied Zone and the GDR: 1945–1953’, in: David Rock and Stefan Wolff (eds), Coming Home to Germany? The Integration of Ethnic Germans from Central and Eastern Europe in the Tederai Republic (Oxford: Berghahn, 2002), pp. 56–76. Peter Galliner, ‘Germany’s Refugees’, Statesman and Nation, Vol. 38, No. 965, 3 September 1949, pp. 240–1. Galliner was born in Berlin in 1920, emigrated to London during the war, and became a journalist and Director of the International Press Institute.

Author of Refugees and Expellees in Post-War Germany, The attitude of the ecclesiastical and political authorities in Bavaria to the refugee problem, 1945-50. Created April 30, 2008.

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At the end of the Second World War, some 12 million German refugees and expellees left their homelands to return to what remained of the former Reich. The task of integrating the dispossessed in post-war Germany was one of the most daunting challenges facing the Allied occupying authorities after 1945. This book is the first study in English of the economic, social, and political integration of the German refugees and expellees in post-war Germany. It is based on extensive research and incorporates the findings of numerous local and regional studies. The key aspect of post-war German history will be of particular interest to undergraduates of history, politics, and Germany.