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Forced deportation, mass evacuation and displacement of peoples took place in many of the countries involved in World War II. These were caused both by the direct hostilities between Axis and Allied powers, and the border changes enacted in the pre-war settlement. The crisis in former Axis-occupied territories after liberation provided the context for much of the new international refugee and human rights architecture that survives today.

World War II related deportations, expulsions and similar displacements



Establishment of refugee organisations

The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration was set up in 1943, to provide humanitarian relief to the huge numbers of potential and existing refugees in areas facing Allied liberation. UNRRA provided billions of US dollars of rehabilitation aid, and helped about 8 million refugees. It ceased operations in Europe in 1947, and in Asia in 1949, upon which it ceased to exist. It was replaced in 1947 by the International Refugee Organization (IRO), which in turn evolved into United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in 1950.

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Notes

  1. Poles: Victims of the Nazi Era
  2. Davies (1986), p. 451.
  3. Polian (2004), p. 119.
  4. Hope (2005), p. 29.
  5. http://www.remember.org/forgotten/
  6. Malcher (1993), pp. 8-9.
  7. Piesakowski (1990), pp. 50-51.
  8. Mikolajczyk (1948).
  9. http://www.electronicmuseum.ca/Poland-WW2/ethnic_minorities_occupation/jews_1.html
  10. http://www.minelinks.com/war/vangance.html
  11. Piotrowski (2004).
  12. Gross (2002), p. xiv.
  13. Cienciala (2007), p. 139.
  14. Polian (2004), p. 118.
  15. http://people.brandeis.edu/~nika/schoolwork/Poland%20Lectures/Lecture%252017.pdf
  16. Applebaum (2004), p. 407.
  17. Krupa (2004).
  18. Rees (2008), p. 64.
  19. Jolluck (2002), pp. 10-11.
  20. Hope (2005), p. 23.
  21. Ferguson (2006), p. 419.
  22. Malcher (1993), p. 9.
  23. Hope (2005), p. 25.
  24. Hope (2005), p. 27.
  25. Krizman.
  26. Nikolić et. al. (2002), p. 182.
  27. Annexe I, by the Serbian Information Centre-London to a report of the Select Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
  28. Ustasa, Croatian nationalist, fascist, terrorist movement created in 1930.
  29. 60 Years After: For Victims Of Stalin's Deportations, War Lives On
  30. Lapin sodan ja evakoitumisen muistojuhlassa Pudasjärvellä 3.10.2004. Hannes Manninen. Retrieved 2009-9-7-
  31. Tibor Cseres: Serbian vendetta in Bacska
  32. The Expulsion of 'German' Communities from Eastern Europe at the end of the Second World War, European University Institute, Florense. EUI Working Paper HEC No. 2004/1, edited by Steffen Prauser and Arfon Rees, p. 4.


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