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Olga Kucherenko, Little Soldiers. How Soviet Children Went to War

Lebedev, Anna Colin (22 juil. 2013)

In 2011, when Olga Kucherenko's book appeared, the countries of the ex-USSR were commemorating the 70th anniversary of the invasion of the Soviet Union by Nazi forces. Seventy years : the Soviet troops who were twenty at the beginning of the war are ninety now. As time passes, the veterans of the ...

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Svetlana Alexievitch, La guerre n’a pas un visage de femme [Svetlana Aleksievich, U voiny ne zhenskoe litso, Moskva : Pal’mira 2004] [The face of war is not feminin], Paris : Presses de la Renaissance, 2004, 399 pages.

Porteret, Vincent (27 nov. 2006)

In this book Svetlana Alexievitch gives another view point about the Second World War in the USSR : she shows the different ways that women have waged this war. As she says, she aims to write not another book about war but “a book about mankind in war” (p.15), about his feelings... Her ...

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State-Propagated Narratives about a National Defender in Central Asian States

Marat, Erica (5 mars 2007)

This article examines the relationship between narratives propagated by the state about a historical national hero and a contemporary soldier's professional ideology in the post-Soviet Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan). It argues that while elite- ...

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Violence Experienced by Disabled Veterans of the Chechen wars : Some Exploratory Notes

Sieca-Kozlowski, Elisabeth (22 juil. 2013)

Through interviews conducted in 2010 veterans of local wars in post-Soviet Russia claim to be the victims of violence on behalf of the State. They consider themselves as victims of negligence and bad treatement, often exposed to unnecessary risks on the battlefield. Once returned to civil life, they ...

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John B. Dunlop, The 2002 Dubrovka and 2004 Beslan Hostage Crises. A Critique of Russian Counter-Terrorism. With a foreword by Donald N. Jensen. Stuttgart: Ibidem-Verlag, 2006, 166 pages.

Regamey, Amandine (15 déc. 2007)

An author of numerous books on Russia and Chechnya, John Dunlop dedicates this study to examining the management by Russian authorities of the two main hostage crises since the beginning of the second war in Chechnya in 1999. The first part analyses the Beslan hostage-taking in September 2004, in ...

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Aleksandr Diukov, « Pakt Molotova-Ribbentropa » v voprosakh i otvetakh [The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact in Questions and Answers]

Désert, Myriam (1 déc. 2011)

Cet ouvrage, qui s'affiche comme un livre de vulgarisation scientifique, se fixe pour objectif explicite de réfuter les accusations portées à l'encontre de l'URSS en liaison avec le pacte germano-soviétique. Il est abondamment illustré de photos, les passages les plus importants de la ...

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“Serving the Homeland is a sacred duty for all religious Muslims” - Interview with Marat-Khazrat Arslanov, Imam, Head of the Department of Military-Patriotic Education of the Council of Muftis of Russia, Moscow, 2 November 2009

Sieca-Kozlowski, Elisabeth (7 déc. 2009)

THE ROLE OF REPRESENTATIVE OF MUSLIM SERVICEMEN PIPSS.ORG - If I’m not mistaken, both the Department of the Council of Muftis of Russia, which is concerned with Muslims in the military service, and the position of Representative of Military Muslims were created at the beginning of the first ...

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Arkady Babchenko, Voina / Tlom [War]

Mélat, Hélène (6 mai 2016)

War is not an exhausted topic in contemporary Russian literature. World War II, Afghan War and, of course, the Chechen Wars have continued to inspire young and less young writers in post-Soviet Russia. Whether in longer fiction, as in the novels of Andrey Gelasimov—Thirst, recounting the difficult ...

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Illegitimate sexual practices in the OUN underground and UPA in Western Ukraine in the 1940s and 1950s

Havryshko, Marta (6 mai 2016)

This article is an introduction to the “intimate history” of the OUN and UPA, which has not yet received much attention from academics and researchers – partly due to a lack of sources. This attempt to articulate the problem of sexuality within the gender relations system of the Ukrainian ...

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