One of the oldest phenomena in the history of mankind is migration, whether peaceful or violent, voluntary or forced, barely noticeable outfl ow or mass movements. In the 19th century, regional migration to frontier territories, as for example in the Russian Empire or the United States of America, was a natural object of research. In the 1960s there was renewed interest in migration history in Western Europe due to the increase of immigration. With the collapse of the Soviet Union and the so-called Eastern Bloc, the history of borders came again into focus, leading to a new generation in migration history. This development was reinforced by the “summer of migration” of 2015. The history of migration to Austria, especially during the Second Republic, has long been a topic overlooked by historians, but received increased attention since the 1980s. The present volume presents research currently being done on the history of migration to or through Austria.
Wolfgang Mueller / Dirk RupnowEditorial 313
Marcel AmoserForgotten “Guests”: Educational Migration to Austria from the 1960s to the 1980s317
Wolfgang Mueller / Hannes Leidinger / Viktor Ishchenko“When Israel Was in Egypt’s Land.” Jewish Emigration from the USSR, 1968–1991343
Maximilian GrafHumanitarianism with Limits: The Reception of Refugees from the Global South in Austria in the 1970s367
Judith WelzIn the Service of Deportation: The Development of Detention and Other Forms of Movement Restrictions in the Austrian Asylum System from 1990 to 2020389
Eckhard JesseHeinrich August Winkler, Deutungskämpfe. Der Streit um die deutsche Geschichte. Historisch-politische Essays431
Nikolaus LehnerMartin Bleckmann, Verstaatlichung und Entschädigung in Österreich433
Niklas PerziPeter Black / Béla Rásky / Marianne Windsperger (Hg.), Collaboration in Eastern Europe during the Second World war and the Holocaust437
Klaudija SaboLjiljana Radonic´, Der Zweite Weltkrieg in postsozialistischen Gedenkmuseen. Geschichtspolitik zwischen der „Anrufung Europas“ und dem Fokus auf „unser“ Leid439
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