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ZAPROSZENIE NA MIĘDZYNARODOWĄ KONFERENCJĘ - SOVIET CAMPS FOR PRISONERS OF WAR AND INTERNEES 1939-1956

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ZAPROSZENIE NA MIĘDZYNARODOWĄ KONFERENCJĘ
PROGRAM KONFERENCJI
SOVIET CAMPS FOR PRISONERS OF WAR AND INTERNEES 1939-1956
СОВЕТСКИЕ ЛАГЕРЯ ДЛЯ ВОЕННОПЛЕННЫХ И ИНТЕРНИРОВАННЫХ В ГОДЫ 1939 – 1956
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The Łódź Branch of the Institute of National Remembrance. Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation
Office for the Combatants and Oppressed Individuals
The Institute of History of the Jan Kochanowski University in Piotrków Trybunalski
Have the great pleasure in inviting you to attend the conference:

SOVIET CAMPS FOR PRISONERS OF WAR AND INTERNEES 1939-1956

to be held on 6 and 7 November 2012 in the Grand Hotel`s conference room in Łódź
Piotrkowska Street 72

6 November 2012

11.00-11.30 The opening of the conference

11.30-13.00 Papers (lectures)

1. Prof. Wojciech Materski (The Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences)
The NKWD Special Camps

2. Prof. Wadim Zołotariew (The University of Kharkov)
On the execution of Polish officers in Kharkov in 1940

3. Dr Tamas Stark (The Institute of History. The Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
The Hungarian Prisoners of War in the Soviet camps 1945-1955

4. Dr Ritvars Janson (The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia)
Prisoners of war in the NKWD-MWD camps in the territory of the Latvian and Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (1945-1947)

13.00-13.30 Discussion

13.30-14.30 Coffee Break

2.30-4.00 p.m.

1. Prof. Jurij Szapował (The Institute of History. The Ukrainian Academy of Sciences)
The Japanese in prisoner-of-war camps in the Soviet Union (1946-1949). The unwritten history.

2. Dr. Aleksiej Zacharczenko (The Institute of Russian History. The Russian Academy of Sciences)
The NKWD-MWD Soviet Camps for prisoners of war in the Volga river area 1943-1949. Economic aspect of the issue.

3. Dr hab. Ute Schmidt (Free University of Berlin)
The German deported civilians in the Soviet Union (1945-1955)

4. Prof. Galina Ivanova (the Institute of Russian History. The Russian Academy of Sciences)
The German prisoners-professionals in the Soviet Union and the question of their contribution to the development of the Soviet economy after the Second World War.

4.00-5.00 – p.m. Discussion

8.00 p.m. Supper

 

7 November 2012

11.30-13.00 a.m. The opening of the conference

1. Dr Dariusz Rogut (Jan Kochanowski University in Piotrków Tryb.)
The death camp in Turkmenistan. Soldiers of the Home Army in the NKWD camp No. 16 in Krasnowodzk (1945)

2. Milena Bykowska (The Institute of National Remembrance Szczecin)
Poles of the Vilno region in the NKWD Control-Filtration Camp No 242 in Dombas (1945-1946)

3. Krzysztof Jałmużniak (Jan Kochanowski University in Piotrków Trybunalski)
Interned Soldiers of the Vilno region Home Army in Soviet labor battalions

4. Dr hab. Janusz Wróbel (the Institute of National Remembrance. Łódź)
The fate of the Polish aristocracy interned in the Soviet Union (1945-1947). The MWD Camp No 27 in Krasnogorsk

13.00-13.30 Discussion

13.30-14.30 – p.m. Coffee Break

14.30-16.00 p.m.

1. Prof. Tadeusz Wolsza (The Institute of History. The Polish Academy of Sciences)
The Polish press in exile as source for the study of Soviet camps for prisoners-of-war and internees.

2. Prof. Dimitrij Frołow (The National Archive of Finland)
Finnish prisoners of war during the Winter War and the Continuation War 1939-1944 and the image of enemy in the Soviet war propaganda

3. Prof. Xavier Moreno Julia (The University Rovira i Virgili in Taragona – Catalonia)
Spanish Literature on the Blue Division soldiers captured by the Soviet army

4. Carme Agusti Roca (The University of Lleida)
The Borovichi memories. The narratives of Spanish prisoners and internees (1949-1952)

16.00-17.00 – p. m. Discussion and the conclusion of the conference

 



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