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Soviet Deportations from Estonia
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! As the Soviet Union had occupied Estonia in 1940 and retaken it from Nazi Germany again in 1944, tens of thousands of Estonia's citizens underwent deportation in the 1940s. Deportations were predominantly to Siberia and Kazakhstan by means of railroad cattle cars, without prior announcement, while deported were given few night hours at best to pack their belongings and separated from their families, usually also sent to the east. The procedure was established by the Serov Instructions. Estonians residing in Leningrad Oblast had already been subjected to deportation since 1935. The first repressions in Estonia affected Estonia's national elite. On July 17, 1940, Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Johan Laidoner and his family, and on July 30, 1940, President Konstantin Päts and his family were deported to Penza and Ufa, respectively.

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Soviet Deportations from Bessarabia and Norther...
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Soviet deportations from Bessarabia were part of Joseph Stalin's policy of political. The deported were typically moved to the so-called "special settlements".On June 12?13, 1941, 29,839 members of families of "counterrevolutionaries and nationalists" from Moldavian SSR, and from Chernivtsi and Izmail oblasts of Ukrainian SSR were deported to Kazakhstan, Komi ASSR, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Omsk, Novosibirsk oblasts. For the fate of a deportee from Bessarabia with this lot, see the example of Eufrosinia Kersnovskaya. Georgian NKVD official Sergo Goglidze, trusted creature of Lavrenty Beria, was in charge of this deportation from Bessarabia.

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Criminalized, Brutalized, Stigmatized
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To regulate migration, Germany is employing involuntary removals of rejected asylum seekers. It has been argued that such deportations violate basic human rights. Although some research has been done on deportation practices in various countries, not much attention has been placed on the actual experience of the deportees. This inquiry explores the perspectives and deportation experiences of former asylum seekers who have been deported from Germany to Sierra Leone. The research shows that the deportees experienced criminalization, brutalization and stigmatization. Brutal techniques are used that disregard human rights, in particular in the case of rejected asylum seekers who resisted their removal most. It is concluded that deportation is an inhumane treatment that affects the deportees in negative ways beyond the actual deportation experience.

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Unknown Deportation
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On the basis of new archival and other documentary materials the author covers and highlights exactly the forced movement of several thousand inhabitants from the zone of special regime which took place in 1948. However the Soviet history used to practice the deportation inside the state in relation to separate social groups of people and to all people. As far back as in the twenties of the twentieth century the USSR began to deport the undesirable social elements to Northern districts. Mass deportations developed in the thirties. In the period of collectivization thousands of peasant families declared as kulak families, were moved out of the districts to Northern Ural, to Western Siberia. In the next years similar practice was continued. I dedicate this book to my grandfather, Ibragim Karimov, and to all those who suffered in the Chelyabinsk Region from the forced deportation of 1948 year.

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German-Greek Relation 1940-1960
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This study by. Heinz A. Richter describes the developments of the German-Greek relations from 1940 to 1960 focusing on the role of Max Merten, a military official during the German occupation of Greece, whose arrest in 1957 and release in 1959 despite a twenty-five year prison sentence, has long been the subject of speculation and conjecture.Richter begins with the occupation of Greece and the organizational structures of the German army in Greece. It analyses the functions and competences of a "Kriegsverwaltungsrat" which was the function of Max Merten. In 1943, Merten was confronted with the deportations of the Salonika Jews ordered by the SS. His reactions are described in detail and it is proved that he helped the Jews a lot though he, and not his commander, was forced to sign the deportation orders of the SS.After the war a traditional problem of Greece turned up again. Since 1832, the budget of the Greek state had always had a gap which was closed by the protective powers, first by Britain and in connection with the Truman doctrine by the US. But the Eisenhower doctrine stopped these payments. Greece was forced to look for other income sources. Athens demanded reparations from Germany despite its ratification of the London debt Agreement, which postponed reparation payments only to the time after German reunification. This question of reparations was linked to the persecution of war criminals in Germany. When the negotiations did not lead to a solution, Athens used the opportunity of a trip of Merten to Athens to arrest him. In the subsequent trial he was sentenced to 25 years of prison but when Germany paid the expected sum, Merten was set free. Now the Merten affair became an object of German interior policy which implied Adenauer's Secretary of State Hans Globke. This conflict found its way into the press, most prominently into Der Spiegel.CONTENTIntroductionMerten in the early war yearsMerten and the prosecution of the JewsMerten in the postwar yearsReparations and the Merten caseMerten's fight for rehabilitationMerten's "treasures"ConclusionsBibliographyIndex of Names

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Protest Movements in Asylum and Deportation
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This open access book deals with contestations "from below" of legal policies and implementation practices in asylum and deportation. Consequently, it covers three types of mobilization: solidarity protests against the deportation of refused asylum seekers, refugee activism campaigning for residence rights and inclusion, and restrictive protests against the reception of asylum seekers. By applying both a longitudinal analysis of protest events and a series of in-depth case studies in three immigration countries, this edited volume provides comparative insights into these three types of movement in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland over a time span of twenty-five years. Embedded in concepts of political change, limited state sovereignty, and migration control, the findings shed light on actors, repertoires, and the effects of protest activities. The contributions illustrate how local contexts, national political settings, issue specifics, and social ties lead to distinctly different forms of protest emergence, dynamics, and strategies. Additionally, they give a profound understanding of the mechanisms and constellations that contribute to protest success, both in terms of preventing deportations of individuals as well as changing policies. In sum, this book constitutes a major contribution to empirically informed theoretical reflections on collective contestation in the fields of refugee studies and social protest movements.

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A Fatal Balancing Act
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Examines the fates of Jews in mixed marriages during the mass deportations from 1941 to 1943 in Germany. Synthesizes results of the examination of wide ranging archival material. Details what happened with Jewish survivors of deportation after the end of World War II.

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Beyond Deportation
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When Beatles star John Lennon faced deportation from the U.S. in the 1970s, his lawyer Leon Wildes made a groundbreaking argument. He argued that Lennon should be granted 'nonpriority' status pursuant to INS's (now DHS's) policy of prosecutorial discretion. In U.S. immigration law, the agency exercises prosecutorial discretion favorably when it refrains from enforcing the full scope of immigration law. A prosecutorial discretion grant is important to an agency seeking to focus its priorities on the 'truly dangerous' in order to conserve resources and to bring compassion into immigration enforcement. The Lennon case marked the first moment that the immigration agency's prosecutorial discretion policy became public knowledge. Today, the concept of prosecutorial discretion is more widely known in light of the Obama Administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA program, a record number of deportations and a stalemate in Congress to move immigration reform.Beyond Deportation is the first book to comprehensively describe the history, theory, and application of prosecutorial discretion in immigration law. It provides a rich history of the role of prosecutorial discretion in the immigration system and unveils the powerful role itplays in protecting individuals from deportation and saving the government resources. Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia draws on her years of experience as an immigration attorney, policy leader, and law professor to advocate for a bolder standard on prosecutorial discretion, greater mechanisms for accountability when such standards are ignored, improved transparency about the cases involving prosecutorial discretion, and recognition of 'deferred action' in the law as a formal benefit.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Beyond Deportation
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The first book to comprehensively describe the history, theory, and application of prosecutorial discretion in immigration law When Beatles star John Lennon faced deportation from the U.S. in the 1970s, his lawyer Leon Wildes made a groundbreaking argument. He argued that Lennon should be granted 'nonpriority” status pursuant to INS's (now DHS's) policy of prosecutorial discretion. In U.S. immigration law, the agency exercises prosecutorial discretion favorably when it refrains from enforcing the full scope of immigration law. A prosecutorial discretion grant is important to an agency seeking to focus its priorities on the 'truly dangerous” in order to conserve resources and to bring compassion into immigration enforcement. The Lennon case marked the first moment that the immigration agency's prosecutorial discretion policy became public knowledge. Today, the concept of prosecutorial discretion is more widely known in light of the Obama Administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA program, a record number of deportations and a stalemate in Congress to move immigration reform. Beyond Deportation is the first book to comprehensively describe the history, theory, and application of prosecutorial discretion in immigration law. It provides a rich history of the role of prosecutorial discretion in the immigration system and unveils the powerful role it plays in protecting individuals from deportation and saving the government resources. Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia draws on her years of experience as an immigration attorney, policy leader, and law professor to advocate for a bolder standard on prosecutorial discretion, greater mechanisms for accountability when such standards are ignored, improved transparency about the cases involving prosecutorial discretion, and recognition of 'deferred action” in the law as a formal benefit.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 14.08.2020
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