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Journal

2013 | 2(34) | 85-105

Article title

Polacy w Azji Centralnej. Analiza czynników kształtujących zesłańczą zbiorowość i jej stan obecny

Authors

Content

Title variants

EN
POLISH MINORITIES IN THE CENTRAL ASIAN POST‑SOVIET STATES

Languages of publication

PL

Abstracts

EN
The aim of this paper is to explore the issue of Polish communities in Central Asia. The first part of the article provides some basic historical and socio‑demographic characteristics of Poles and people of Polish descent in this region. Next, the author discusses the characteristics and living conditions in subsequent eras (deportation and war time, post‑war Stalinist period, Khrushchev’s and Brezhnev’s rule, perestroika). The final section examines the situation of Poles in the newly independent post‑Soviet states. Moreover, the author looks at the issue of ties between Poles and their motherland, particularly in the context of migration/repatriation to Poland.

Journal

Year

Issue

Pages

85-105

Physical description

Contributors

  • Doktor, profesor w Instytucie Wschodnim UAM

References

Document Type

Publication order reference

Identifiers

YADDA identifier

bwmeta1.element.cejsh-4326a56a-ff34-4415-9bba-a796d925c8a5
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