Czechoslovak diplomacy and the gulag : deportation of Czechoslovak citizens to the USSR and the negotiation for their repatriation, 1945-1953 / Milada Polišenská.
- Standardized Title:
- Čechoslováci v Gulagu a československá diplomacie, 1945-1953. English
- Budapest, Hungary ; New York, NY : Central European University Press, 2015.
xviii, 421 pages ; 24 cm
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Deportations from Czechoslovakia.
Forced labor -- Soviet Union -- History.
Labor camps -- Soviet Union -- History.
Czechs -- Soviet Union -- History.
Slovaks -- Soviet Union -- History.
Czechoslovakia -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Czechoslovakia.
Czechoslovakia -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1992.
Repatriation -- Czechoslovakia -- History.
Deportations from Czechoslovakia (1939-1945 : World War)
World War (1939-1945)
Some notes on the concept of Czechoslovakia from the point of view of the constitution and national identity
The constitutional concept of Slovakia
The position of the ruling circles on the issue of nationalities in Czechoslovakia
Citizenship in postwar Czechoslovakia and the decrees of President Beneš
CZECHOSLOVAKIA AND ITS INHABITANTS AS THE VICTIMS OF DEPORTATION
Deportations from Slovakia
Circumstances of deportation
Personal stories of deported civilians
Prisoners of war, auxiliary help and the Levente
Other deportations from Czechoslovakia to the USSR
The deportation of émigrés from Russia and Ukraine and the forced repatriation of Soviet citizens
Subcarpathian Rus and Transcarpathian Ukraine
Czechoslovak Silesia : the Teschen, Hlucín and Kravare regions
POLITICS AND DIPLOMACY
Czechoslovak-Soviet repatriation negotiations
Flouting of the Czechoslovak-Soviet Treaty of 8 May 1944 by the Soviet Union in 1945
Czechoslovak and Soviet information and arguments in 1946
The enforcement of the selective principle
Screenings and transports
The repatriation camp in Luisdorf near Odessa
The repatriation camp Marmaros Sziget in Romania
The final phase of screening in Luisdorf and Sziget
Czechoslovak diplomats in Moscow in charge of the repatriations agenda
The official termination of repatriation and the epilogue
Reaction of Czechoslovak institutions, numbers and reports
The repatriation obligations of the USSR and international diplomacy
The return to Czechoslovakia of deportees and prisoners from the USSR after the official termination of repatriation
Other dimensions of repatriation diplomacy
Appendix 1. Agreement concerning the relationship between the Czechoslovak administration and the Soviet High Command after the entry of Soviet troops on Czechoslovak territory
Appendix 2. The number of Czechoslovak citizens deported and the number repatriated at the end of World War II and in the postwar period : estimates in publications
Appendix 3. Map of Slovakia : localities from which people were deported to the Gulag in 1945
Appendix 4. Map of the Soviet Union : camps to which Czechoslovaks were deported
Appendix 5. Commentary on the list of civilians deported from the territory of Czechoslovakia to the USSR at the end of world War II
Appendix 6. Overview of repatriations to Slovakia according to district (to 31 January 1949)
Index of names
Index of places
- Translation of the Czech publication, Cechoslováci v Gulagu a ceskoslovenská diplomacie, 1945-1953, published by the LIBRI publishing house in 2006.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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