Displaced Persons -

DP Camps in Europe

This is a start but now obsolete.


Sources / references for much of the information supplied on this site:

    1) DPs Europe's Displaced Persons, 1945-1951 by Mark Wyman

    2) Public Record Office London WO171/4132 dated 2nd June 1945

    3) DP operations in the British Zone as at 6th May 1947" is from: Imperial War Museum, London, personal papers of B.F.N. Lewis. - Stefan Schroeder, Historian and Head of the Town Archives of Greven/Westphalia, Germany

    4) United Nations Archives, New York, PAG-4/3.011.2.0.2:71, file 212 (Assembly Centre Population Reports)

    5) National Archives, Paris, France (CARAN), AJ 43, 1117. Institute for Temporary History (Institut fuer Zeitgeschichte), Munich, Germany: Fi01.107-0017 up to Fi01.107-0038.

    6) National Archives, Paris, France (CARAN), AJ 43, 1120. Institute for Temporary History (Institut fue Zeitgeschichte), Munich, Germany: Fi01. 107-0100 up to Fi01.107-0107.

    7) Mark R. Elliott, Pawns of Yalta. Soviet refugees and America's role in their repatriation, Urbana/London 1982.

    8) Nikolai Tolstoy, Victims of Yalta, London 1979.

    9) Nicholas Bethell, The Last Secret: Forcible Repatriation to Russia, 1944-1947, London 1976.

    10) Malcolm J. Proudfoot, European Refugees, 1939-1952: A study in forced population movement, London 1957.

    ...and much, much more!


European Archives: http://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/resources/libraries-archives?gclid=COawguPSm8ICFVCCMgodPToARw


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