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Eastern Europe in Exile

Elizabeth K. Valkenier
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Vol. 317, The Satellites in Eastern Europe (May, 1958), pp. 146-152
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1031088
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Abstract

Because of their composition, the World War II emigrations from Eastern Europe have had two main purposes: the preservation of national cultures subject to intensified Russification and destruction, and the liberation of their compatriots from an alien and unpopular rule. The recent détente in the international situation and signs of liberalization in the satellites have called for a reassessment of the émigré policies and have caused disagreement on the role of the political and cultural mission of the exiles.

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