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Ippolitov, S.S
Rossiiskaia Emigratsiia i Evropa
Nesostoiavshiisia Al`ians
[ Russian emigration and Europe : An Abandoned alliance]

Moscow:  Izd-vo Ippolitova, 2004
376 pImages
Hardcover. 14.5 x 21 cm
ISBN: 5938560330
Language: Russian
This book studies the integration of Russian emigration into European society between the two wars of the 20th century. The Russian ?migr? faced many legal, economic, social, psychological, and sociocultural problems. Contents: The Early period of emigration; Quantity and social structure of Russian emigration in Europe; Political and legal problems of the emigre`s status; Social and economic state and labor market of Russians in Europe; Integration of businessmen and their capital into the European economy; The Role of emigre organizations in integration; Russian publishing in exile; Education system of Russians abroad; Psychological and mental problems of Russians abroad. Name index. Sergei Ippolirov (b. 1966) is a specialist in the White Cause and Russian emigration.
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