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See detailAuf der Suche nach der letzten Ruhestätte
Ganschow, Inna UL; Karger, Claude

Article for general public (2020)

Inna Ganschow, hofft, gemeinsam mit Tambower Kollegen durch die genauen Sterbelisten der letzten Ruhestätte der Luxemburger, die im Lager umkamen, etwas näher zu kommen. „Sie wurden mit Verstorbenen ... [more ▼]

Inna Ganschow, hofft, gemeinsam mit Tambower Kollegen durch die genauen Sterbelisten der letzten Ruhestätte der Luxemburger, die im Lager umkamen, etwas näher zu kommen. „Sie wurden mit Verstorbenen anderer Nationalitäten zusammen in Massengräbern bestattet”, erklärt die Forscherin, „wo genau, darüber könnte der Abgleich zwischen einer technischen Zeichnung des Lagerfriedhofs, auf der die Orte der Bestattungen chronologisch aufgeführt sind und den chronologischen Sterbelisten der Lagerleitung Aufschluss geben” [less ▲]

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See detailWWII: Russen im besetzten Luxemburg
Ganschow, Inna UL

Conference given outside the academic context (2020)

The Second World War brought together several groups of emigrants in occupied Luxembourg whose roots lay in Tsarist Russia. At the beginning of the 20th century steel industry workers came from what was ... [more ▼]

The Second World War brought together several groups of emigrants in occupied Luxembourg whose roots lay in Tsarist Russia. At the beginning of the 20th century steel industry workers came from what was then Russian Poland, while Jewish merchants from Ukraine who fled the pogroms also settled there. After the First World War, the group was enlarged by the former prisoners of war and after the October Revolution of 1917 by the political refugees, often members of the so-called White Guard, from the Russian Empire. With the occupation of Luxembourg, the ethnically, politically and religiously colorful Russian diaspora was completed with the forced laborers from the Soviet Union. The Nazi occupiers redefined the positions and some in this group turned into the hunters and the others - the hunted. People with the same birthplaces and dialects of Russian ended up on both sides of the barbed wire of the numerous labor camps in southern Luxembourg. [less ▲]

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See detailBook presentation: Geschichte einer atomisierten Diaspora
Ganschow, Inna UL

Conference given outside the academic context (2020)

The First World War led to the collapse of the great multiethnic European empires. In Russia, the monarchy is swept away and replaced by the soviet regime. Until 1923, the country was torn apart by a ... [more ▼]

The First World War led to the collapse of the great multiethnic European empires. In Russia, the monarchy is swept away and replaced by the soviet regime. Until 1923, the country was torn apart by a multi-faceted civil war. Moreover, in response to the national awakening of ethnic minorities encompassed in the former Russian space, young national states (Poland, Baltic States, Georgia ...) are being established on the edges of the former empire of the tsars. [less ▲]

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See detailRussians in Luxembourg: Русская диаспора Люксембурга в первой четверти 20в. в письмах и мемуарах
Ganschow, Inna UL

Conference given outside the academic context (2020)

in the center of the book are people, destinies, their ancestors and descendants, our contemporaries, albeit in the context of historical analysis. First, let us touch on a few examples that explain why ... [more ▼]

in the center of the book are people, destinies, their ancestors and descendants, our contemporaries, albeit in the context of historical analysis. First, let us touch on a few examples that explain why the subtitle of the book mentions the atomisation of the diaspora, i.e. fragmentation of the Russian community. The second part of the report is devoted to reading several excerpts from the letters of Russians from Luxembourg, in order to give an opportunity not only to look at their photographs, but also to hear their voices. [less ▲]

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See detailBook review: Die Russen kommen
Ganschow, Inna UL; Moes, Regis

Article for general public (2020)

"Ganschow liefert einen guten Überblick zur russischen Präsenz in Luxemburg. Großzügig illustriert, ergänzt die Publikation die schon reiche Geschichte der Migrationsbewegungen."

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See detailBook review: 100 Jahre Russen in Luxemburg. Ein Buch zur Geschichte Luxemburgs als Einwanderungsland
Ganschow, Inna UL; Montebrusco, Lucien

Article for general public (2020)

„‘100 Jahre Russen in Luxemburg‘ eignet sich sicherlich nicht als Freizeitlektüre. Allen, die mehr über Luxemburg als Einwanderungsland wissen möchten, ist sie jedoch zu empfehlen.“

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See detailInterview: E Liewen an Zwangsrekrutéierung a Gefaangenschaft
Ganschow, Inna UL; Elsen, Frank

Speeches/Talks (2020)

„Op deenen 320 Säite gëtt déi russesch Emigratioun op a bannent Lëtzebuerg erkläert. Ënnert anerem erzielen Eenzelpersounen a Familljen hir Geschichten.“

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See detailBook review: Zwischen Ost und West
Ganschow, Inna UL; Lamberty, John

Article for general public (2020)

„Ein Fall, der zeigt, auf welch ungewöhnlichen Wegen sich das Schicksal einer Migrantenfamilie mit der ihres Aufnahmelandes verquicken kann. Viele Familiengeschichten, entlang derer sich Inna Ganschow in ... [more ▼]

„Ein Fall, der zeigt, auf welch ungewöhnlichen Wegen sich das Schicksal einer Migrantenfamilie mit der ihres Aufnahmelandes verquicken kann. Viele Familiengeschichten, entlang derer sich Inna Ganschow in ihrem neuen Buch auf die mittlerweile mehr als 100 Jahre alten Spuren russischer Einwanderung in Luxemburg begibt.“ [less ▲]

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See detailWWII: Soviet DPs in Luxembourg after WWII from 1944 untill 1946
Ganschow, Inna UL

Presentation (2020, May 29)

The presentation was based on the microhistorical and ego documental research about the former soviet POW and so called "Ostarbeiters" from USSR in Luxembourg in the two years after the liberation of ... [more ▼]

The presentation was based on the microhistorical and ego documental research about the former soviet POW and so called "Ostarbeiters" from USSR in Luxembourg in the two years after the liberation of Luxembourg in 1944: life in camps, integration in the society, repatriation [less ▲]

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See detailBook review: Die Geschichte einer atomisierten Diaspora
Ganschow, Inna UL; Zutter, Stefanie

Article for general public (2020)

„Die auf Quellen aufbauende, flott und allgemeinverständlich geschriebene Monographie geht den verschiedenen Migrationsströmen und den Umwegen nach, auf denen Bürger und Bürgerinnen Russlands nach ... [more ▼]

„Die auf Quellen aufbauende, flott und allgemeinverständlich geschriebene Monographie geht den verschiedenen Migrationsströmen und den Umwegen nach, auf denen Bürger und Bürgerinnen Russlands nach Luxemburg gekommen sind. Sie scheut auch nicht den kritischen Blick auf das Russentum. Sie analysiert einfühlsam und überzeugend.“ [less ▲]

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See detailInterview: Contemporary Russian Diaspora of Luxembourg
Ganschow, Inna UL; Khomutova, Marina

Speeches/Talks (2020)

So today let’s talk about us, especially since there is a great reason. Inna Ganshow, a professor at the University of Luxembourg, wrote a book about the history of Russian emigration to Luxembourg in the ... [more ▼]

So today let’s talk about us, especially since there is a great reason. Inna Ganshow, a professor at the University of Luxembourg, wrote a book about the history of Russian emigration to Luxembourg in the 20th and 21st centuries. The book is being published the other day, and we met with Inna – we had already talked with her about white emigration, we also talked about the general trends of Russian migration behavior. And what does a modern portrait of a Russian-speaking migrant in Luxembourg look like? We will receive the answer to this question in a few minutes [less ▲]

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See detailRussians in Luxembourg: 100 Jahre Russen in Luxemburg. Geschichte einer atomisierten Diaspora
Ganschow, Inna UL

Book published by Lydie Schmit Fondation - Misenpage (2020)

The historical work of the Russian-born migration researcher Dr Inna Ganschow describes the migrations from Russia to Luxembourg in the 20th and 21st centuries. The broad representation of the migration ... [more ▼]

The historical work of the Russian-born migration researcher Dr Inna Ganschow describes the migrations from Russia to Luxembourg in the 20th and 21st centuries. The broad representation of the migration flows between the two countries is illustrated with a lot of data and facts and with numerous, often previously unpublished documents and pictures. A large number of individual and family fates are described, which can be traced to this day in the Luxembourg population. It is the first comprehensive publication on this subject. The book is based on several years of research carried out within the framework of the Center for Contemporary and Digital History of the University of Luxembourg (C2DH). Thanks to her language skills, the author was able to use Russian archives and gain new insights into, among other things, the history of the Luxembourg conscripts in Tambov. She also made contact with descendants of the emigrants in Luxembourg and discussed their history in numerous conversations, which are reflected in the book. The recent Russian emigration is also duly presented. [less ▲]

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See detailCurator of the Exhibit: Ressortissants d'un empire en miettes. Prisonniers de guerre, réfugiés, migrants originaires de la Russie des tsars au Luxembourg
Ganschow, Inna UL

Speeches/Talks (2020)

L'ouvrage de Madame Inna Ganschow, chercheure dont l'ouvrage Geschichte einer atomisierten Diaspora a servi d'inspiration à l'exposition est proposé sur place.L'exposition se propose d'approcher cette ... [more ▼]

L'ouvrage de Madame Inna Ganschow, chercheure dont l'ouvrage Geschichte einer atomisierten Diaspora a servi d'inspiration à l'exposition est proposé sur place.L'exposition se propose d'approcher cette réalité à travers des portraits illustrant de manière représentative une histoire d'éloignement et d'exil telle qu'elle se présente au Luxembourg. En coopération avec le C2DH de l'Université de Luxembourg. Conseillère scientifique: Inna Ganschow, docteure en études slaves [less ▲]

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See detailRussians in Luxembourg: Russische Immigration nach Luxemburg 1918-1935: Einwanderer aus einem nicht-existierenden Land
Ganschow, Inna UL

Scientific Conference (2019, October 18)

Die Einwanderer_innen aus dem früheren Russischen Reich trugen zur Arbeiterlandschaft im Süden, Norden und Osten Luxemburgs nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg bei. Nimmt man diese „Russen“ genauer unter die Lupe ... [more ▼]

Die Einwanderer_innen aus dem früheren Russischen Reich trugen zur Arbeiterlandschaft im Süden, Norden und Osten Luxemburgs nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg bei. Nimmt man diese „Russen“ genauer unter die Lupe, zeigen sich mindestens drei neue Gruppen, die die bereits vor 1914 bestehende russische Gemeinde vergrößerten. Die ersten sind die ehemaligen Kriegsgefangenen aus den Lagern in Frankreich, Belgien und Deutschland. Ein Teil ist vor Kriegsende als Flüchtlinge im Lande, die anderen kommen nach dem Waffenstillstand im November 1918. Sie wollen nicht zurück nach Russland, wo der Bürgerkriegt tobt. Die zweite Gruppe kommt im Laufe des Bürgerkrieges um 1926-1929 aus Bulgarien und Serbien nach. Es handelt sich um noch zusammenhaltende Weißgardisten, die zu der über die Krim in die Türkei evakuierte Armee von Petr Wrangel gehörten. Schließlich ist die dritte Gruppe der zivilen politischen Flüchtlinge zu erwähnen, die seit den frühen 1920ern meistens über Deutschland nach Luxemburg kamen und öfters Angehörigen der jüdischen Glaubensgemeinschaft waren. Viele von ihnen sind bereits seit den intensivierten Pogromen der ersten russischen Revolution von 1905 in Europa. Die Wanderungsstrukturen dieser verschiedenen und sehr heterogenen Gruppen von „Russen“ stehen im Mittelpunkt des Vortrags. [less ▲]

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See detailInterview: Research on the Russian Migration at the University of Luxembourg
Ganschow, Inna UL; Khomutova, Marina

Speeches/Talks (2019)

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See detailThe History of the Russian Worker Colony in Wiltz in 1920s-1930s
Ganschow, Inna UL

Speeches/Talks (2019)

The guided tour in Wiltz and especially at the former leather factory "Ideal", where around 200 Russian migrants were working in the 1920s-1930s, was offered for the young Russian speaking audience of ... [more ▼]

The guided tour in Wiltz and especially at the former leather factory "Ideal", where around 200 Russian migrants were working in the 1920s-1930s, was offered for the young Russian speaking audience of scouts. Besides the historical context and the view on the migration "from outside" the tour offered a meeting with a descendant of the Russian emigrants in Wiltz and gave the possibility to hear about the migration from "within". [less ▲]

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See detailInterview: Who were "the first Russians" in Luxembourg?
Ganschow, Inna UL; Khomutova, Marina

Speeches/Talks (2019)

"The first Russian" in Luxembourg, which arrived in the 1920ths, were not the first ones. The pre-history of the Russian presence in the Grand Duchy before WWI and the further development regarding the ... [more ▼]

"The first Russian" in Luxembourg, which arrived in the 1920ths, were not the first ones. The pre-history of the Russian presence in the Grand Duchy before WWI and the further development regarding the two world wars and the post-war situation were the topic of this radio interview. [less ▲]

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See detailHistory of the Russian-Orthodoxe Community Luxembourgs (1929-2019)
Ganschow, Inna UL

Speeches/Talks (2019)

The presentation of the history of Russian-orthodox church Luxembourgs gave a panoramic view of 1. several personalities, responsible for the founding of the Russian church community, 2. the key dates ... [more ▼]

The presentation of the history of Russian-orthodox church Luxembourgs gave a panoramic view of 1. several personalities, responsible for the founding of the Russian church community, 2. the key dates, which played a significant role in keeping the community and 3. the events which are still defining the community life. [less ▲]

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See detailSüdkaukasier in Luxemburg zwischen zwei Weltkriegen
Ganschow, Inna UL

Conference given outside the academic context (2019)

The presentation of the diversity among the migrants from Caucasus after the WWI and between two world wars gave a better understanding of the migration motivations of the political refugees from Russia.

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