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Interviews with Soviet German emigrants as a source of information for Soviet studies

Barbara Dietz

Interviews with Soviet German emigrants as a source of information for Soviet studies

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Published by Osteuropa-Institut in München .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Immigrants -- Germany (West) -- Interviews.,
  • Germans -- Soviet Union -- Interviews.,
  • Soviet Union -- Social conditions -- 1970-1991.,
  • Soviet Union -- Economic conditions -- 1976-

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBarbara Dietz.
    SeriesWorking paper -- #G4, Working paper/Osteuropa Institut München) -- #G4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHN523.5 .D44 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p. --
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18882451M

    A Germany-Soviet Military-Economic Comparison by Arvo L. Vecamer The Soviet Union was the single most important factor in the defeat of Nationalist Socialist Germany. Germany essentially lost the Second World War on the Eastern Front and the key to that loss can be directly attributed to the different economic and industrial factors of both the Author: Arvo Vercamer. Yes, Joseph Stalin did in fact gain power in the soviet gained a lot of his power after WW2 because he was seen as a hero to the soviet union after the soviets crushed the German military.


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Interviews with Soviet German emigrants as a source of information for Soviet studies by Barbara Dietz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Scholarly study of ethnic relations in the USSR by means of interviews wit h recent emigrants from the Soviet Union. While the tool of survey research has in the past been used by Soviet ethnologists and sociologists, Western scholars have been hampered in such attempts: the new Soviet emigration wave presents new opportunities.

Wolf Oschlies, ‘The Status of Germans Living in the Soviet Union’, in Karin Schmid (ed.), The Soviet Union – Domestic Policy, The Economy, Foreign Policy (London: Holmes & Meier, published with assistance of the Bundesinstitut für ostwissenschaftliche und internationale Studien, Cologne, ), vol.

7, pp. –10; Heitman, The Soviet Germans in the USSR Today, p; Pinkus, ‘The Germans Author: Laurie P. Salitan. Nonetheless, they argued that the interviews with Soviet defense officials produced "unique research material" which is "in many respects superior to open source and classified written records." For example, unlike interviews, the archival record can "rarely" answer questions about "why" a.

Taken as a whole, the book describes the sources of support and alienation in the Soviet urban population during the late s, discussing such issues as Soviet political beliefs, ethnic relations, economic inequality, quality of life, and perceptions of social status.

the development of Germane-Soviet relations in the interwar period), its method was formed according the problem-chronological criteria. The work will be descriptive in nature. Sources will include secondary materials concerning the foreign policy of the USSR and Germany during the inter bellum period.

Press material from that period. Soviet Citizens under German Occupation is an ambitious work, offering historians new insight into the regional variation in Soviet civilians’ experience of Nazi occupation. Enstad’s book promises not only to offer a rich case study of daily life during the war, but also significantly to alter our understanding of ordinary Soviet citizens.

This is an introduction to NOVEL approaches in the study of Stalingrad and the Soviet-German War in general. Let's have a look at the EVOLUTION OF KNOWLEDGE on the so called Eastern Front in the.

(Ret) David Glantz seeks to unearth this information and dispel myths that have perpetuated the Soviet-German War of This conflict. the Soviet bloc-controlled press to conceal Moscow’s hand. This was done frequently through anonymous letters and newspaper articles in the Third World Once published abroad, the Soviet media might pick up and further prop-agate the item by referring to its non-Soviet source.

Types of Active MeasuresFile Size: KB. Refugees from Nazi Germany in the Soviet Union‎ (70 P) G German defectors to the Soviet Union‎ (8 P) Pages in category "German emigrants to the Soviet Union" The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes. Pages in category "Soviet emigrants to Germany" The following 53 pages are in this category, out of 53 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (). For more information, contact: or [email protected] The Air was “Crackling with Pressure;” As if the “Air Was Tearing Up”.

German Scientists “Greatly Interviews with Soviet German emigrants as a source of information for Soviet studies book Soviet Nuclear Research: CIA Analysis.

Intelligence Reports from on Soviet Atomic Developments Newly Declassified. End Notes. 1 Israel settled few Soviet immigrants in the territories with the exception of East Jerusalem.

2 Nehemia Levanon told the JDC Executive Meeting of Novem that the policy of his government was to send false papers to every Jew in the USSR even though we know that they are dropouts and will misuse them. 3 Soviet authorities decided who received an exit permit.

understanding based primarily on German sources. More important, most laymen readers and historians alike lack sufficient knowledge and understanding of the Soviet-German War to fit it into the larger context of World War II and to understand its relative importance and regional and global significance.

White Russian emigrants to the United States‎ (1 C, P) Pages in category "Soviet emigrants to the United States" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total. COL (Ret) David M. Glantz, Editor, Journal of Slavic Military Studies, presents "The Soviet-German War, Myths and Realities," as.

Soviet Union census revealed in that 49% of the German minority named German their mother tongue. According to the Soviet census,citizens of German origin, or 6% of total population, lived in Kazakhstan, [17] andGermans lived in Russia including y: ~ million.

David Glantz being an expert historian in the area of the German invasion of the Soviet Union in WW2, a reader might expect that his 'To the Gates of Stalingrad' trilogy would be clear, revelatory and gripping.

In reality Book 1 reads like a telephone directory - turgid, monotonous and dreary/5(57). Useful Studies and Sources for Debating Reactionaries. Quality post. Hello comrades, I figured it would be helpful to have a bunch of useful studies and sources all in one place, so people would have a useful resource for debating right-wingers and reactionaries.

The Scale and Nature of German and Soviet Repression and Mass Killings, Background: When the Nazis invaded the Soviet Union in Junethey encountered a propaganda windfall.

Conditions in the Soviet Union were often deplorable by German standards. In Januarythe Nazis published a page booklet titled German Soldiers in the Soviet Union: Letters from the East. It consisted mostly of excerpts from letters from soldiers reporting on conditions they.

In Ivan Maisky, the Soviet ambassador to the UK, was ordered by the Soviet government to form a task force on the issue of post-war reparations from 's report of August proposed the employment of German civilian labor in the USSR as part of war reparations.

At the Yalta Conference the Soviet Union made it clear to the Western Allies that they intended to employ German. I really hope to see someone come in and write a better explanation than I can provide, as I don't know of any good references off-hand.

Based on my perusal of the Eastern Front as a historical topic, my overall sense is that the Germans were far. German–Soviet Union relations date to the aftermath of the First World Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, dictated by Germany ended hostilities between Russia and Germany; it was signed on March 3, A few months later, the German ambassador to Moscow, Wilhelm von Mirbach, was shot dead by Russian Left Socialist-Revolutionaries in an attempt to incite a new war between Russia and Germany.

Compare and contrast Nazi Germany with the Soviet Union under Stalin's Rule. There were some similarities and differences in the ways that Hitler controlled Germany and Stalin controlled the Soviet Union.

Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin were both considered as powerful dictatorial leaders. Alexander Rodimtsev was an official of the Red Army, two times awarded with the top Soviet order, the Hero of the Soviet Union. He fought in Spain during the Spanish Civil War and he had much importance during the Second World War, especially commanding the 13 th Guards division in Stalingrad.

With this post, I will start publishing the biographies of some little-known commanders. Contracts were concluded by the Soviet authorities with many Western enterprises - American, German, French, Swedish, etc.

According to official Soviet sources, at the beginning of Septemberthere were employed in the country 9, foreign specialists foreign workers, who were accompanied by their families, number By this time, though, tensions between the U.S.

and Soviet Union were rising, and prospective emigrants became pawns in a global geopolitical game. Inthe Soviet government had become embarrassed by the high rate at which its artists and scientists were decamping to America, and it established strict controls over emigration.

Home; Random; Nearby; Log in; Settings; About Wikipedia; DisclaimersMotto: Gott mit uns. Includes copies of various primary and secondary sources along with contextual information (some sources found on linked to pages).

Sources include casualty lists and photographs. World War II Military Situation Maps. American Memory. Library of Congress. It seems that, at least late onward, conditions in at least some of the Soviet POW camps were NOT designed to kill the prisoners. They, at least by design, tried to keep bulk of prisoners alive.

Conditions were still awful, yearly death rates. The Eastern Front of World War II was a theatre of conflict between the European Axis powers and co-belligerent Finland against the Soviet Union (USSR), Poland and other Allies, which encompassed Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Northeast Europe (), and Southeast Europe from 22 June to 9 May It has been known as the Great Patriotic War (Russian: Великая Location: Europe east of Germany: Central and.

Soviet Shermans: The USSR Was a Big Sherman User, and They Liked it Soviet crew posing in front of their large hatch hull, M4A2 75 dry, tank. The Soviet Union received three American Medium tank types in large received the Lee, and M4A2 75 and 76 tanks.

Soviet defector, Viktor Suvorov in his groundbreaking book Chief Culprit goes so far as to credit Hitler’s invasion of the Soviet Union as saving Western Europe from being conquered by the Red Army. The soviet union survived the invasion because they had enough people and resources to continue to fight.

The leaders had no care for the people they were loosing in the war, and they were able to. Soviet officials say the number of would-be Jewish emigrants is far smaller. There is no estimate of the number of other Soviet citizens who would want to emigrate if Author: Philip Taubman. In fact, Stalin WAS unprepared for war with Germany in While he had close to numerical superiority on the border with Germany, on JStalin was woefully unprepared for war.

He had spent the last four years purging his military of. the battle where Nazi Germany an its allies fought the soviet union for control of Stalingrad.

Dwight D. Eisenhower. Why did the German invasion of the Soviet Union succeed at first. What factors help the Soviet army defeat the Germans. Chapter Social Studies. 51 terms. Chapter 18 World War II: Americans at War. OTHER SETS BY THIS.

The Soviet-German War (war between the Soviet Union and Germany during the Second World War). The Soviet-German War, the Soviet-German battlefield of the Second World War, was an important part of the world anti-fascist war. It was also the battlefield with the largest scale, the fiercest battle, and the worst casualties in the Second World War.

The Andropov speech, Politburo-level warnings about the war risks from NATO exercises in the fall ofand other previously secret Soviet documents and declassified U.S. sources included in today’s posting, confirm that ranking members of Soviet intelligence, military, and the Politburo, to varying degrees, were fearful of a Western first.

German psychiattist Hanfried Helmchen says the uncertainty of diagnosis is prone to other than medical influence, e.g., political influence, as was the case with Soviet dissenters who were stifled by a psychiatric diagnosis, especially that of "sluggish schizophrenia," in order to take them away from society in special psychiatric hospitals.

the western democracies and the soviet union had very different plans for a postwar settlement and one of the major disagreements centered on german war war crimes the murder and mistreatment of a nations civilian population as well as theft recial or religious persecution and the killing of hostages are all  This is a major account of the Soviet occupation of postwar Germany and the beginning of the Cold War.

Dr Filip Slaveski shows how in the immediate aftermath of war the Red Army command struggled to contain the violence of soldiers against German civilians and, at the same time, feed and rebuild the country.4/5(1).The war crimes which were perpetrated by the Soviet Union and its armed forces from to include acts which were committed by the Red Army (later called the Soviet Army) as well as acts which were committed by the NKVD, including acts which were committed by the NKVD's Internal some cases, these acts were committed upon the orders of the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in Foreign territory: Baltic states, Estonia, Latvia.