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We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. Continue shopping. Item s unavailable for purchase. These testimonies from people who survived and their descriptions of what happened during the conflict that had a big effect on me. I became immediately ensconced in this idea that the bigger picture of this war as the Nazi versus Soviet military provides only one half of the story. This includes questions about collaboration, working with the Nazi regime, tensions between different groups in the borderland region in the Soviet Union.
The violence between these groups, and a whole host of other issues at the local level. Your work is part of a growing body of scholarship looking at the fundamental role locals played in carrying out ethnic cleansing and genocide on the eastern front.
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The early discussions must be put in the context of the Cold War. During the Cold War, the Soviet Union presented a very one-sided argument about what people did during the war, branding anybody who worked with the Nazi regime as collaborators. These people were often demonized after the war and in the Soviet press. Especially when it came to topics like ethnic cleansing within the larger context of the Second World War. Inter-ethnic violence was not really studied that much at all in the west until the s and s.
Questions like that were sort of off the table. And when the western historians looked at the Holocaust, it was very much talked down. The focus instead was on Nazi participation and that the Holocaust was a plan ultimately carried out by Nazis in Eastern Europe. It was only towards the end of the Soviet Union when people began to really look at the role of locals was during the Second World War. Since then there have been a lot of very heated debates about how to contextualize and think about local participation in this violence.
It mirrors some of the earlier debates about Nazi participation and violence during the war in the Holocaust. So earlier discussions focused on things like ideology, which is what drove Nazis to commit violence, until ultimately scholars get to a point, like in the work of Christopher Browning , where we begin to look at ordinary people, and why and how they get drawn into violence.
Yes, we know that there are highly ideological actors. People have been trained to commit certain acts of violence. The question of ideology looms large. Now we ask regular social science questions about peer pressure, economic motivations, and other social dynamics at the local level that are also playing into why local collaborators, or just the local population becomes implicated in violence. Your work is highly reliant on using Soviet police archives, particularly from Ukraine because the Ukrainians have opened the access to them.
Talk about these archives, the access to them, and the types of information they contain that is relevant for your work. I guess we can come at this from several different angles. In my answer to the first question, I mentioned this ChGK, the Extraordinary State Commission, which was these testimonies that were collected by a Soviet commission immediately after the war. They provide a very nuanced, detailed look into what happened during the occupation.
After , this has been a source for a lot of historians who wanted to tell a much more detailed account of the Second World War.
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The police archives are like the Extraordinary State Commission times a million. The Extraordinary State Commission would often give lists of local collaborators or people who worked with the Nazi regime to the secret police. They also got these lists from other sources as well. The secret police, the NKVD at the time, and later the KGB, would arrest individuals for crimes that they committed during the occupation, interview other locals or witnesses for what they had done, and then often sentence them to very, very steep sentences.
Oftentimes up to 25 years in Siberia.
These cases provide a very detailed account about what had happened during the war. We tend to think that these two topics are often off the table when it comes to the Soviet conceptualization of what happened during the Second World War.
It was reasonable to think that, because if you read newspapers or formal Soviet publications about the war, all sorts of victims were streamlined into one category. We would often joke about this, a macabre joke, about how every victim during the war was just a peaceful Soviet citizen.
They tend to be the least reliable and the sloppiest work is done at this time. But as soon as the war ends, and the Soviet government reestablishes power in these regions, more experienced police forces are brought in. Then the trials become more extensive.
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This pause in the interest in collaboration during the war lasts until roughly the s. Starting in the s and especially in the s, many of these local collaborators and nationalists as well are retried by the Soviet government. I haven't got past the half-way point of the book, but I see trouble coming.
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