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Titel The Encyclopedia of Migration and Minorities in Europe. From the Seventeenth Century to the Present
Herausgeber Klaus J. Bade / Pieter C. Emmer / leo Lucassen / Jochen Oltmer
Erschienen Cambridge [u.a.] : Cambridge Univ. Press 2011
Umfang XXXIX, 768 S., Abb., Kt.
ISBN 978-0-521-89586-6
Anmerkung Deutsche Fassung: Enzyklopädie Migration in Europa. Vom 17. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart, Paderborn [u.a.] 2007. –  URL: < Content >
Systematik 01.01 - Allgemeines :: Bibliographien und Nachschlagewerke
Sachschlagwort Migrationen
Zeitl. Zuordnung 1600-2007
Enthält 133-142: Michael Garleff: Baltic Region. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. –  143-151: Dorota Praszałowicz: Poland. –  152-162: Hermann Zeitlhofer: Czechia and Slovakia. –  163-180: Holm Sundhaussen: Southeastern Europe. –  193-209: Frank Golczewski: Ukraine. –  239-244: Stefi Jersch-Wenzel: Ashkenazim in Europe since the Early Modern Period. –  245-249: Barbara Dietz: Aussiedler/Spätaussiedler in Germany since 1950. –  250-252: Mathias Beer: Austrian Protestants (Landler) in Transylvania since the 18th Century. –  255-258: Alexander Schunka: Bohemian Exiles (Exulanten) in Saxony since the 17th Century. –  258-259: Klaus Weber: Bohemian Glass Traders in Europe from the 17th to the 19th Century. –  302-304: Monika Glettler: Czech Labor Migrants in Austria in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries. –  304-306: Jaroslav Vaculík: Czech Settlers in Volyhnia from the 1860s to the 1940s. –  306-308: Andreas Wiedemann: Czech and Slovak Settlers in the Former Sudeten Regions since the End of World War II. –  308-310: Dušan Šimko: Czechoslovakian Refugees in Western, Central, and Northern Europe since 1968. –  332-335: Trude Maurer: Eastern European Jews in Berlin from the Late 19th Century to the 1930s. –  335-337: Paul A. Harris: Eastern European Jews in Germany since 1990. –  337-339: David Feldman: Eastern European Jews in London since the Late 19th Century. –  339-341: Nancy L. Green: Eastern European Jews in Paris since the Late 19th Century. –  341-344: Rutvica Andrijasevic: Eastern, East-Central, and Southeastern European Prostitutes in Western, Central, Northern, and Southern Europe since the 1980s. –  355-357: Matthew Kott / Harald Rundblom: Estonian and Latvian Refugees in Sweden after World War II. –  400-402: Michael John: Galician Jews in Austria from the 18th to the Early 20th Century. –  410-413: Mathias Beer: German Deportees from East-Central and Southeastern Europe in the USSR after the End of World War II. –  413-415: Jochen Oltmer: German Immigrants in Germany from Territories Ceded after World War I. –  425-431: Arnd Bauerkämpfer: German Refugees and Expellees from Eastern, East-Central, and Southeastern Europe in Germany in Austria since the End of World War II. –  480-482: Leo Lucassen: Hungarian Coppersmiths in Western Europe from the 1860s to World War I. –  482-483: Jan Willem ten Doesschate: Hungarian Refugees in Europe since 1956. –  566-568: Adrian von Arburg: Magyar Deportees from Slovakia in Western Czechoslovakia since the End of World War II. –  568-570: Stefi Jersch-Wenzel: Mennonites in West Prussia since the 16th Century. –  574-577: Dietrich Meyer: Moravian Brethren in Europe since the Early Modern Period. –  595-599: Klaus J. Bade / Jochen Oltmer: Polish Agricultural Workers in Prussia-Germany from the Late 19th Century to World War II. –  599-601: Jens Thiel: Polnische und belgische Zwangsarbeiter in Deutschland im Ersten Weltkrieg. –  601-607: Brian McCook: Polish Industrial Workers in the Ruhr (Ruhrpolen) since the End of the 19th Century. –  607-609: Ewa Morawska: Polish Labor Migrants in Central and Western Europe after 1989. –  609-612: Jerzy W[ojciech] Borejsza: Polish Political Refugees in Central and Western Europe in the 19th Century. –  612-613: Husnija Kamberović: Polish Settlers in Bosnia and Herzegovina since the End of the 19th Century. –  613-615: Norbert Cyrus: Polish Undocumented Immigrants in Berlin since the 1980s. –  659-662: Charlotte E. Haver: Salzburger Protestanten in Ostpreußen seit dem 18. Jahrhundert. –  670-672: Andreas Kossert: Scottish Traders and Merchants in East-Central Europe in the Early Modern Period. –  725-727: Kerstin S. Jobst: Ukrainian Labor Migrants from Galicia in the Czarist Empire in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries
Rezension(en) Walter D. Kamphoefner: in: eText Bd. 72 H. 2 (2012), 538-539 ; Peter Gatrell: in: eText Bd. 43 H. 3 (2013), 520-522 ; David J. Smith: in: Journal of Baltic Studies Bd. 44 H. 3 (2013), 414-416
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