"Viel Mischmasch mitgenommen"
Die Umsiedlungen aus der Bukowina 1940. Voraussetzungen, Verlauf, Folgen
[“Lots of Mishmash Came Along”: The 1940 Resettlements from the Bukovina]
Aims and Scope
After the Soviet occupation of northern Bukovina in 1940, German minority families were resettled. Along with them, Romanians, Ukrainians, and others ended up in German reception camps. Long negotiations with the Romanian authorities took place about their repatriation. Many of those resettled from Romanian South Bukovina did not fit into Himmler’s plan to build clusters of German settlements along the German Reich’s outer borders.
- 24.0 x 17.0 cm
- viii, 309 pages
- DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
- Type of Publication:
- Himmler’s racial policy; Romania; displacement; ethnic Germans in the border areas