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Record #141781:

Russisk emigranter i Norge, 1918-1940 / Vladislav Ivanovitch Goldin, Tatyana Teterevlyova, Nicolaus Zvetnov.

Title: Russisk emigranter i Norge, 1918-1940 / Vladislav Ivanovitch Goldin, Tatyana Teterevlyova, Nicolaus Zvetnov.
Translated title: Russian emigrants in Norway, 1918-1940.
Author(s): Goldin, Vladislav Ivanovitch.
Teterevlyova, Tatyana.
Zvetnov, Nicolaus.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Archangel'sk: Pomorskiy Universitet
Language: Norwegian.
In: Frykt og forventning : Russland og Norge i det 20. århundre. (1996.),
Abstract: Unique phenomenon after October Revolution took whole "Russia in miniature" abroad. Objective use of Russian sources started in late 1970s. Most came over frontier via Vardø or Tromsø, where Pomor trade had many links and documentation was ad hoc, but tightened up as numbers grew. Stream was one way after allied intervention ended. Saga of refugee icebreaker Kozma Minin is told. Reception was good, though leftist Nordlys called them "pirates and swindlers". Most were interned. Gradual dispersal is described. Various immigrant societies are described. Article ends with some jobs found by refugees, despite depression, and building Orthodox church.
Notes:

In: Frykt og forventning : Russland og Norge i det 20. århundre / Vladislav Ivanovitch Goldin, Jens Petter Nielsen, eds.

Keywords: 314.723 -- Emigration.
93"192" -- 1920-1929.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 141781

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