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Die unsichtbare Generation. Kinder sowjetischer Besatzungssoldaten in Österreich und Deutschland. (German)

Tytuł :
Die unsichtbare Generation. Kinder sowjetischer Besatzungssoldaten in Österreich und Deutschland. (German)
Autorzy :
Stelzl-Marx, Barbara
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Temat :
CHILDREN & war
MILITARY occupation
WORLD War II
COLD War, 1945-1991
SOVIET Union -- Armed Forces
Alternatywny tytuł :
The Invisible Generation. Children of Soviet occupations soldiers in Austria and Germany. (English)
Źródło :
Historical Social Research; 2009, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p352-372, 21p
Terminy geograficzne :
SOVIET Union
AUSTRIA
GERMANY
Czasopismo naukowe
After the Second World War, so-called "children of occupation" were born all over Austria and Germany: as a result of voluntary sexual encounters between local women and foreign occupation troops, but also as a consequence of rape. They were often regarded as "children of the enemy" and -- together with their mothers -- were frequently discriminated against. Especially the children of Soviet occupation troops were confronted with racial, ideological and moral prejudice that can be traced back to the Nazi era. "Russenkind" ("Russian child") or "Russenbalg" ("Russian brat") were common abusive words up to the 1960s. In accordance with Stalin's policy, weddings between Soviet soldiers and Austrian or German women were practically impossible. Most soldiers or officers were even sent back to the USSR when their liaisons with local women became known. For several decades hardly any contact was feasible. Thus the majority of "children of occupation" grew up as a fatherless generation. Many of them have been in search of their biological fathers, regardless of the difficulty of obtaining any reliable information. This is linked with the desire to explore one's own identity and look for one's personal roots. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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