Postwar Population Transfers in Europe: A Survey

@article{Schechtman1953PostwarPT,
  title={Postwar Population Transfers in Europe: A Survey},
  author={Joseph B. Schechtman},
  journal={The Review of Politics},
  year={1953},
  volume={15},
  pages={151 - 178}
}
  • J. Schechtman
  • Published 1 April 1953
  • Political Science
  • The Review of Politics
For the purpose of this survey, a population transfer is defined as the organized removal of an ethnic group from its country of residence and its subsequent resettlement in territory under the sovereignty of its ethnic homeland in which the whole is a stateconducted operation based sometimes on international agreement between two states concerned and at other times arising from unilateral action by the state of departure, with or without international sanction. 

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