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Evacuation of Children to Uzbekistan during the Great Patriotic War

Student: Anastasiya Petaykina

Supervisor: Liudmila Novikova

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: History (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The purpose of this work is to study on the basis of a wide range of sources, including the first introduced into scientific circulation, the activities of the Central and Republican party and Soviet bodies to organize the evacuation of children to Uzbekistan during the great Patriotic war. To achieve this goal it is necessary to perform the following tasks: 1. To study the process of evacuating the civilian population to the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan as a whole, and in this context to consider the organization of the evacuation of children. 2. To consider the activities of Central, national and local authorities to organize the evacuation of children and their accommodation in Uzbekistan. The structure of the work is determined by the purpose and objectives of the study. The work consists of an introduction, two chapters, conclusion, list of references and literature.

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