This unique volume examines how and to what extent former victims of Stalinist terror from across the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe were received, reintegrated and rehabilitated following the mass releases from prisons and labour camps which came in the wake of Stalin's death in 1953 and Khrushchev's reforms in the subsequent decade.
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Marc Elie, Centre d'études des mondes russe, caucasien, et centre-européen, France Andrea Pet?, Central European University, Hungary Piotr K?adoczny, University of Warsaw, Poland Klára Pinerová, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic Calin Goina, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania Jordan Baev, Rakovski National Defense College, Bulgaria Oleg Bazhan, National University of 'Kyiv-Mohyla Academy', Ukraine Igor Ca?u, State University of Moldova, Moldova Ir?na Saleniece, Daugavpils University, Latvia Iryna Ramanava, European Humanities University, Lithuania Miriam Dobson, University of Sheffield, UKReview:
"Scholars have written extensively about Stalinism, yet far less of what happened to the victimized people after the dictator's death. In this state of the art and sensitive collection of essays, leading specialists offer sobering glimpses of the so-called post-Stalin thaw. These studies are a sequel to those in the editors' Stalinist Terror in Eastern Europe. Both volumes should make perfect textbooks for graduate and undergraduate studies, though they deserve to reach an audience well beyond academia." - Robert Gellately, Earl Ray Beck Professor of History, Florida State University, USA
"This excellent book is essential reading for anyone who wishes to understand the often complex process of restoring justice after Stalin's death. An international research team provides a pioneering comparative study of the vicissitudes of the rehabilitation process which reaches completion only after the fall of communism in 1989-91." - Anthony Kemp-Welch, Reader Emeritus in History, University of East Anglia, UK
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