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Partisan Movement in USSR During WW2
Submission Deadline: Feb. 20, 2020

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Vladimir Polyakov
Crimean Engineering-Pedagogical University, Simferopol, Crimea, Russia
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Special Issue

The special issue tells about partisan motion in Crimea in the years of Second World War. About the difficult fight of people of different nationalities both with an enemy and with environmental conditions. First time displayed is the contradictions within the partisan motion, as well as relationship with the local population of peninsula.
The purpose is to reveal the truth about the courage of soviet people in the years of war during the fight against the invaders, to acquaint world society with the authentic terms of partisan activity, reasons of deportation of people from Crimea, and to tell about their participating in a fight against invaders.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Crimea
  2. Famine
  3. Crimean Tatars
  4. Internal conflict
  5. Rewarding
  6. Partisans
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