Women’s Biographies and Women’s Memory
This article is about filtration system of former soviet POWs, it evolution during the war
The biography of Ivar Lissner is presented – a person, who worked in the Far-Eastern region in 30-40th of the XX century and actually repeated the fate of the Soviet Military Intelligence member Richard Sorge. Lissners destiny reflected all those spiritual flingings typical of the German youths of the period between two World Wars; he went through the stage of enthusiasm from the seeming start of German Renaissance when Hitler came to power, bitter offence from the sudden society`s rejection when his non-arian origin get clear, to oppressive disappointment from his compatriots` betrayal, when he was put into Japanese prison.
A colecção que iniciamos com a publicação deste volume inscreve-se no programa definido pelo grupo MCCLA no seio da CIDH. Dar visibilidade a protagonistas cujas histórias a História ofuscou torna-se o motivo central para a empresa, da qual deriva ampliar o conhecimento de uma série de figuras femininas que se afirmaram numa dada região, época ou circunstância particular.
The collection, which is started with the publication of this volume is part of the project launched by the MCCLA group within the CIDH. Our main idea was to make visible a range of under-estimated women personalities, to develop our knowledge about their role in a certain geographical region, time, or particular circumstances.
This article is about staff issues in NKVD's filtration camps, sources of staff recruting. It is revealed that these camps were ruled by a bunch of a different organization, that made a lot of problems in a filtration work.
110 In this chapter, we examine the strategic use of social media by GD, focusing on the ways it attempts to legitimise its social imaginaries, tactics, strategies and reality constructions, taking advantage of the social turbulence that austerity politics and neo- liberal restructuring have brought since late 2009. While GD‘s public legitimisation has been closely interweaving with established state power, manifested in its close relation and frequent collaboration with police forces, its political vision is also distinct from the latter to the extent that it wishes to enable a constituent counter-power, aiming both to disarticulate its liberal dimensions and occupy its apparatuses. GD treats the liberal state apparatus as both a partner and an adversary to be infiltrated and subjugated. This idea of state power as being both a partner and adversary for fascist politics is associated with New Marxist approaches to fascism (Poulantzas 1970; Vajda 1976) that see fascism more as a ―relatively autonomous‖ force and an outcome of specific historical conditions and less as an ―inevitable stage‖ of capitalist development (Kitchen 2003, 58). In reverse, while liberal power often instrumentalises fascist discourse and practices in the form of an ―authoritarian governmentality‖ (Dean 2010), at specific moments— as in the case of the recent persecution of GD members in Greece — it can also explicitly denounce and suppress fascism.