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Interethnic Relations and Nationality Policies of the USSR and Nazi Germany in Ukraine, 1920’s–1940’s (Based on the Harvard Project)

Student: Evgeniya Erokhina

Supervisor: Liudmila Novikova

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: History (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2016

Ukraine was in the focus of number of recent research concerning Soviet nationality policy, however most of them are mainly devoted to its development and mechanisms of implementation but not to the public perception of it. Meanwhile the comprehension of attitude of people towards solution of national issue in Ukraine lets us not only understand social and political changes of mid-war period but also explain how people perceived the beginning of the Second world war and the Nazi occupation of Ukraine. The proposed research analyses public perception of nationality policies of the USSR and Nazi Germany in Ukraine in 1920s-1940s drawing on the materials of Harvard project – the collection of sociological interviews with former Soviet citizens. It's also examines issues about the place of nationality category in people’s interpretation of the Soviet and Nazi nationality policies and the influence of this policies towards the interethnic relations.

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