An Attempt to Save or Transform Phenomenon of Russian Abroad? The Institutes and Public Organizations of Russian Diaspora during the First Period of the Cold War
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An Attempt to Save or Transform Phenomenon of Russian Abroad? The Institutes and Public Organizations of Russian Diaspora during the First Period of the Cold War
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S207987840014155-9-1
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10.18254/S207987840014155-9
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Article
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Antoshin Alexey 
Affiliation: Ural Federal University
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract

This article is devoted to the fate of phenomenon of Russian Abroad after the Second World War. The article analyses status of old emigres after the Second World War, moral-psychological atmosphere in Russian diaspora. The author gives great attention to the attempts of old emigres to save institutes of Russian Abroad. He characterizes evolution of forms of their activity. The author gives special attention to the phenomenon of the Second wave of Soviet emigration. The author shows that it consisted of two groups of emigres: new emigres (prisoners of war, ostarbeiters, collaborationists) and newest emigres (perebezhchiks, deserters from Soviet military troops in Europe). The author shows that all groups plaid a great role in mythologization of Russian historical memory (especially connected with the Second World War). The article analyses political symbols used be Second wave of Soviet emigration. It proves that there was evolution of this symbols and political lexicon used by Soviet emigres. The author shows that contacts between different waves of Russian emigration influenced this evolution.

Keywords
Russian Abroad, Russian emigration, Second wave of Soviet emigration, Vlasovites, perebezhchiks, Cold War, Munich Institute on Soviet studies, Mensheviks in exile
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06.09.2020
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28.02.2021
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