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Title: Refugiaţi şi repatriaţi basarabeni în studiile de istorii orală [Articol]
Authors: Pădureac, Lidia
Keywords: deportări în Basarabia
victime ale represiunilor politice
istoria Moldovei
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: USARB
Citation: Pădureac, Lidia. Refugiaţi şi repatriaţi basarabeni în studiile de istorii orală / L. Pădureac // Anuarul catedrei de ştiinţe socioumane şi asistenţă socială. – Bălţi : US „Alecu Russo”, 2017. – P. 43-51. – ISBN 978-9975-50-216-0.
Abstract: The expansion of the Soviet Union has dramatically influenced Romania. The two Soviet occupations of Bessarabia, in 1940 and 1944, have caused two massive waves of refugees – people were abandoning base places hoping to save themselves from communist terrorism. Although the Romanian state has made efforts to help and protect the people, the international and regional circumstances have been at the detriment of Romania. After 1944, the Soviet state began to identify refugees from the Basarabians to „repatriate” them. Many of those who returned in Moldovan SSR were arrested, sentenced to labor camps or deported to Siberia and North Kazakhstan.
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