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A category "Easy to Liquidate": The League of Nations, Russian refugee children in the 1920s and the history of humanitarianism (2016)
Book Chapter
White, E. (2016). A category "Easy to Liquidate": The League of Nations, Russian refugee children in the 1920s and the history of humanitarianism. In M. Rodriguez Garcia, D. Rodogno, & L. Kozma (Eds.), The League of Nations' Work on Social Issues. Visions, Endeavours and Experiments, 201-214. United Nations Publications

This chapter examines the work of the High Commission for Russian Refugees of the League of Nations. It analyses their approach to solving the issue of child refugees and places this in debates around the historical development of human rights and hu... Read More about A category "Easy to Liquidate": The League of Nations, Russian refugee children in the 1920s and the history of humanitarianism.

The struggle against denationalisation: The Russian emigration in Europe and education in the 1920s (2013)
Journal Article
White, E. (2013). The struggle against denationalisation: The Russian emigration in Europe and education in the 1920s. Revolutionary Russia, 26(2), 128-146. https://doi.org/10.1080/09546545.2013.856076

This article examines the attempts made by Russian émigré activists in inter-war Europe to educate Russian refugee children in a network of national Russian schools. This formed an important aspect of the émigré elite's mission of saving Russian cult... Read More about The struggle against denationalisation: The Russian emigration in Europe and education in the 1920s.

The return of evacuated children to Leningrad, 1944-46 (2011)
Book Chapter
White, E. (2011). The return of evacuated children to Leningrad, 1944-46. In J. Reinisch, & E. White (Eds.), The Disentanglement of Populations Migration, Expulsion and Displacement in postwar Europe, 1944-49, 251-270. Palgrave Macmillan

The Disentanglement of Populations. Migration, Expulsion and Displacement in Post-War Europe, 1944-9 (2011)
Book
White, E., & Reinisch, J. (2011). The Disentanglement of Populations. Migration, Expulsion and Displacement in Post-War Europe, 1944-9. Palgrave Macmillan

This volume of essays examines forced and voluntary population movements in the aftermath of the Second World War. It brings to life problems of war and postwar chaos and assesses the lasting social, political and demographic consequences.

The socialist alternative to Bolshevik Russia: The socialist revolutionary party, 1921-39 (2010)
Book
White, E. (2010). The socialist alternative to Bolshevik Russia: The socialist revolutionary party, 1921-39. Routledge

The Socialist Revolutionary party, which had been the largest and most popular party in Russia in 1917, did not after the October Revolution just disappear into the "dustbin of history", as Trotsky hoped, but – led by its leadership in exile in the 1... Read More about The socialist alternative to Bolshevik Russia: The socialist revolutionary party, 1921-39.

After the war was over: The civilian return to Leningrad (2007)
Journal Article
White, E. (2007). After the war was over: The civilian return to Leningrad. Europe-Asia Studies, 59(7), 1145-1161. https://doi.org/10.1080/09668130701607128

This article focuses on the civilian return to Leningrad after the end of the Blockade and in the immediate post-war period. It examines how the authorities tried to control movement back to the city but proved to be overwhelmed by vast numbers of ci... Read More about After the war was over: The civilian return to Leningrad.

The émigré socialist revolutionary party and the russian peasantry during nep (2005)
Journal Article
White, E. (2005). The émigré socialist revolutionary party and the russian peasantry during nep. Revolutionary Russia, 18(1), 47-70. https://doi.org/10.1080/09546540500091134

This article examines the analysis of the Russian peasantry during NEP that was made by members of the Socialist Revolutionary Party (SRs) in emigration. They saw evidence that peasant behaviour in this period justified narodnik beliefs. It also disc... Read More about The émigré socialist revolutionary party and the russian peasantry during nep.


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