The Civil Wars, 1941–1944
This chapter examines armed conflicts that raged between different political and nationality groups across the Soviet‐German front lines. The Soviet‐German war detonated dormant conflicts, in which the old rivals claimed the contested territories in accordance with their claims of ethnic demography, and guerrillas used violence as the most effective homogenizing tool in ethnic cleansing and ‘pacifications’.
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