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Some groups were 28 Tomas Balkelis closely related to the camp establishment, but others developed their own political or cultural agendas based on their pre-war political or religious affiliations. This point is barely mentioned in the official records or in accounts of the DP experience produced by nationalist historians. If the official records fully supported these camp groups or were ignorant of them due to the linguistic barrier, the historians were more preoccupied with seeing the DP episode as a page in the heroic ‘national history’.

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Kuropas (1992) ‘Ukrainian-American Resettlement Efforts, 1944–1954’, and L. Y. Luciuk (1992) ‘A Troubled Venture: UkrainianCanadian Refugee Relief Efforts, 1945–51’, both in Isajiw, Boshyk and Senkus (eds) The Refugee Experience, pp. 385–401 and 435–57. Holborn, International Refugee Organisation, p. 147; J. Cisek (2006) Polish Refugees and the Polish-American Immigration and Relief Committee (Jefferson, NC: McFarland). A. html. The full statement is in R. , The Refugee Experience, pp. 287–8. P.

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