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ПАСПОРТИЗАЦИЯ ДАЛЬНЕВОСТОЧНОГО НАСЕЛЕНИЯ (1933-1934)

E. N. CHERNOLUTSKAYA
Revue des études slaves
Vol. 71, No. 1, AUBE ROUGE : Les années trente en Extrême-Orient soviétique (1999), pp. 17-33
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43271180
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ПАСПОРТИЗАЦИЯ ДАЛЬНЕВОСТОЧНОГО НАСЕЛЕНИЯ (1933-1934)
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Abstract

The article by E. N. Chernolutskaya is devoted to the introduction of the internal passport system in the Soviet Far East between 1932 and 1934. The author presents this action as a stage of establishing total administrative-police control over the Soviet population during the period of implementation of the Stalinist state. The peculiarities of the passportization process are shown in comparison with most of other parts in the country, such as the limitation for residence of the population considered as 'unreliable' and the relocation of more than 50,000 inhabitants of the region. The article is written on the basis of little or unknown documents of the Khabarovsk State Archives.

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