In War's Wake: Europe's Displaced Persons in the Postwar Order - Oxford Studies in International History by Gerard Daniel Cohen
The end of World War II in Europe gave way to the massive refugee crisis. The Allied military planners prepared them expeditiously, and the rapid repatriation of millions of former…
In War's Wake synopsis
The end of World War II in Europe gave way to the massive refugee crisis. The Allied military planners prepared them expeditiously, and the rapid repatriation of millions of former forced laborers, inmates of concentration camps and prisoners of war brought this tragic event closer.
However, in September 1945, 1.5 million people were placed under the tutelage of Allied armies and relief agencies in occupied Germany. The Jewish, Polish, Ukrainian, Yugoslav and Baltic ports of the Baltic States unwilling to return to their countries of origin are a complex international problem.
After flowing into refugee camps from northern Germany to Sicily, asylum-seekers became asylum-seekers in the long term. According to the records of the International Refugee Organization, this book describes how the DPE crisis affected the post-war system.
The emergence of an internationalhuman rights system; the organization of migratory movements and the redistribution of the " Surplus population "; the emergence of the Jewish nation; and post-war classification of political and humanitarian refugees.
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