The Second Homeland

Author: Anuradha Bhattacharjee
Editor: SAGE Publications India
ISBN: 8132111435
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The Second World War presents the backdrop for this riveting account of displacement, migration and resettlement. Once the Soviet forces marched into Poland, thousands of Polish citizens were deported to slave-labour camps in the USSR. As news of their inhuman condition and ordeal spread, Jam Saheb Digvijaysinghji of Nawanagar, a Princely State in British India, opened the doors of his state and welcomed the orphaned Polish children. The Second Homeland chronicles the passage and sojourn of these young refugees. Readers will get an authentic account of their tribulations through the first-person narrative of a young Polish orphan’s hair-raising journey to India and his experiences during the stay. The book includes a historical perspective culled out from archival documents in India, the UK and Poland. This is a unique mix of a diary, oral history and historical viewpoint placed adjacent to a compilation of archival personal photographs. The book beautifully brings out a little-known aspect of European exiles in India during Second World War.
The Second Homeland
Language: en
Pages: 388
Authors: Anuradha Bhattacharjee
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-12-12 - Publisher: SAGE Publications India

The Second World War presents the backdrop for this riveting account of displacement, migration and resettlement. Once the Soviet forces marched into Poland, thousands of Polish citizens were deported to slave-labour camps in the USSR. As news of their inhuman condition and ordeal spread, Jam Saheb Digvijaysinghji of Nawanagar, a
The Second Homeland
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Authors: Anuradha Bhattacharjee
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'The Second Homeland' documents the passage of the Polish refugees arriving in India from the USSR in 1942. Further, the book chronicles how this arrangement expanded to include a large number of Polish civilians who were housed in Kolhapur-another Indian Princely State.
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