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Book chapter

Неизвестные солдаты трудового фронта: затянувшееся возвращение к семье.

С. 297-312.

Following article deals with problems of history of worker's everyday life after World War II. Research is based on materials of Molotov's regional commitee of All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks from Perm State Archive of Contemporary History. Article describes conditions of existence and preservance of military lifestyle after the war among home front labour class and means of negotiation of everyday problems that workers had in result of their tries to be demobilized from factories. Military language, barrack-type lifestyle and military style of administration were still used in post-war years, and mobilization for labour front was still in use. Industrial social norms of peaceful years existed just as facade. Military social order was slowly removed from the industry; they were finally cancelled in 1956.