Przesiedlenia ludności polskiej z ZSRR w latach 1920-1960

Wyszyński, Robert
September 2013
Studia BAS;2013, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p107
Academic Journal
Repatriation of Poles from the USSR to Poland in 1920-1960: The aim of the article is to describe the Polish population transfers (resettlement, repatriation) from the historical, legal and demographic perspective. The main focus is placed on the post-war migration. The paper begins with a brief introduction of the legal framework for resettlement of Polish citizens in the interwar period. Next, the author discusses the population transfers from the USSR (mostly form Lithuanian, Byelorussian and Ukrainian SSRs) to Poland in 1944-47. In the next section the population transfers in 1955-59 are covered.


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