I'd like to recommend this book to our group members--I recently located a copy from interlibrary loan.
War, Population and Statehood in Eastern Europe and Russia 1918-1924, Anthem Press, Edited by Nick Baron and Peter Gatrell.
Concentrating on the post WWI/Polish--Soviet War era--The nine detailed articles contain solid historical insight and background on the displacement of citizens, refugees and exiles.
Of particular interest are the articles covering "Sybiraki" returnees to the newly independant Poland; Displacement and Citizenship in Poland 1918-24;, and Repatriation of Polish Citizens from Soviet Ukraine to Poland in 1921-22.
Other articles cover Latvia, Lithiania, Belarus and Armenia.
A few of the academics/authors names are familiar, perhaps fellow group members or previous references on posts. (?!)
The paperback is also available at Amazon.com for purchase
I was pleased to find within a few references to the Brygada Syberyjska/Siberian Brigade-- that made their way back to Gdansk, & fought at the end of the Polish-Soviet War, contributing to the effort in the decisive "Miracle at the Vistula."
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