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See detailRussian Migration in Luxemburg. Virtual Museum.
Ganschow, Inna UL

Learning material (2021)

This virtual museum is dedicated to Russian migration in Luxembourg since the late 19th century. The basis for the early 20th century is the exhibition on the first Russian migrants in Luxembourg, created ... [more ▼]

This virtual museum is dedicated to Russian migration in Luxembourg since the late 19th century. The basis for the early 20th century is the exhibition on the first Russian migrants in Luxembourg, created by the Center for Documentation of Humane Migration in Dudelange, Luxembourg (CDMH) and the Luxembourg Center for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH, University of Luxembourg), which took place in Gare-Usine in Dudelange from March 2020 until August 2021. The online collection of the photographs, objects and texts from the exhibition are presented here on Hypotheses.org. The initiative to create a virtual museum belongs to the Russian Center for Science and Culture (Russkiy Dom) in Luxemburg. This collection will be replenished with additional items and documents, since the history of Forced Labor of Soviet Citizens in Luxembourg during the WII is a research topic of C2DH in 2021-2024. This website is addressed to academic readers (students, researchers, teachers), as well as readers interested in the history of Russia, Luxembourg and the history of migration. [less ▲]

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See detail100 Joer russesch Presenz zu Lëtzebuerg
Ganschow, Inna UL; Hamdi, Mohamed

Article for general public (2021)

Wann ee vu Migratiounsgeschicht zu Lëtzebuerg schwätzt, denkt ee meeschtens un italieenesch a portugisesch Awanderer. Datt et awer zënter op d'mannst 100 Joer och eng russesch Präsenz zu Lëtzebuerg gëtt ... [more ▼]

Wann ee vu Migratiounsgeschicht zu Lëtzebuerg schwätzt, denkt ee meeschtens un italieenesch a portugisesch Awanderer. Datt et awer zënter op d'mannst 100 Joer och eng russesch Präsenz zu Lëtzebuerg gëtt ass bis ewell wéineg bekannt. A Kollaboratioun mam Zentrum fir zäitgenösseg an digital Geschicht op der Uni Lëtzebuerg huet d'Fondation Lydie Schmit elo eng originell Etude iwwer d'russesch Immigratioun zu Lëtzebuerg erausginn. De Mohamed Hamdi huet d'Buch gelies. [less ▲]

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See detailSowjetesch Zwangsaarbechterinnen zu Lëtzebuerg
Ganschow, Inna UL; Delage, Michel

Article for general public (2021)

Honnerte vu jonke Meedercher aus der fréierer Sowjetunioun ware wärend dem Zweete Weltkrich vun Nazi-Däitschland gezwonge ginn, a Lëtzebuerger Betriber ze schaffen. D'Historikerin Inna Ganschow huet sech ... [more ▼]

Honnerte vu jonke Meedercher aus der fréierer Sowjetunioun ware wärend dem Zweete Weltkrich vun Nazi-Däitschland gezwonge ginn, a Lëtzebuerger Betriber ze schaffen. D'Historikerin Inna Ganschow huet sech fir d'Geschicht vun dëse Fraen interesséiert. Viru Kuerzem huet si fir den Nationale Resistenz-Musée eng Videokonferenz zu deem Thema gehalen. [less ▲]

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See detailWWII: Sowjetische ZwangsarbeiterInnen in Luxemburg
Ganschow, Inna UL; Schroeder, Frank

Conference given outside the academic context (2021)

In her lecture, Inna Ganschow presents the conditions that made it possible for almost 4,000 Soviet women to be abducted to Luxembourg during the Second World War. In addition to the working and living ... [more ▼]

In her lecture, Inna Ganschow presents the conditions that made it possible for almost 4,000 Soviet women to be abducted to Luxembourg during the Second World War. In addition to the working and living conditions of the so-called Eastern workers and prisoners of war, the focus of the evening is also on relations with the Luxembourg civilian population. It also deals with the forced returns to the Soviet Union and the fate of those affected after the war. [less ▲]

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See detailTalk for Russian school students: Luxembourg
Ganschow, Inna UL

Conference given outside the academic context (2021)

Presentation of the Grand Duchy and the life of Luxembourgers and Russians here.

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See detailRussians in Luxembourg: Drei Leben der Bildhauerin Nina Grach-Jascinsky
Ganschow, Inna UL

Article for general public (2021)

Portrait of the sculptor of the emblematic monument DATZEMISCH in front of the oldest school Luxembourgs, the Athenee – Nina Grach-Jascinsky, born 1903 in Russia.

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See detailSpecial Issue by Dr. Inna Ganschow on Polish Immigration. Polish Luxembourg 1900-1920: A glimpse of the iceberg tip.
Ganschow, Inna UL

in Schmit, Paul (Ed.) 100 Years of Diplomatic Relations between Luxembourg and Poland from A to Z (2021)

The history of Poles in Luxembourg after the re-establishment of the new Polish state in 1918 can be traced on the basis of statistics from various sources. The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs kept ... [more ▼]

The history of Poles in Luxembourg after the re-establishment of the new Polish state in 1918 can be traced on the basis of statistics from various sources. The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs kept statistics that provide a picture of Polish labour migration between two world wars. Luxembourg historians have also tackled the question of the image of the Polish diaspora before its members started to assimilate. However, both the period of World War I and the years before are hardly recorded due to the nationality of the Polish diaspora who came to Luxembourg as German, Austrian or Russian citizens. Their number should be noticeable from as early as 1900 though. On the one hand, the Luxembourg steel industry boomed at those times, which had to fall back on labour from foreign workers. On the other hand, Polish workers have a long tradition of workers “export”, because the temporary Polish migrants worked in the smelters of the German Ruhr area. They were also in demand (and engaged) in Luxembourg from 1900 to 1920. [less ▲]

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See detailInterview: Women in Research
Ganschow, Inna UL

Conference given outside the academic context (2021)

We invite you to take part in a round table with international participation "My country - my Russia: a single educational space for young compatriots living abroad." The event will be held on March 21st ... [more ▼]

We invite you to take part in a round table with international participation "My country - my Russia: a single educational space for young compatriots living abroad." The event will be held on March 21st, 2021 at 12.00 (Moscow time) in the meeting room of the Academic Council of the Russian State Humanitarian University with the direct participation of the Ministry of Education of Russia, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, the Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States, compatriots living abroad, and on international humanitarian cooperation and television representatives. Within the framework of the event, the presentation of the 18th season of the All-Russian competition of youth copyright projects and projects in the field of education aimed at the social and economic development of Russian territories "My country is my Russia" (hereinafter - the Competition), including the international nomination "The Commonwealth of Our Countries », Speeches of specialized experts and specialists. The event will be attended by organizers, experts, graduates of the Competition, as well as representatives of educational organizations and youth public associations from more than 40 countries (Australia, Egypt, Germany, USA, Turkey, etc.). The event will be held in a hybrid format: face-to-face participation is possible, as well as online connection. [less ▲]

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See detailKeen ass vergiess - Näischt gëtt vergiess
Ganschow, Inna UL; Scuto, Denis UL

Article for general public (2021)

The authors tell from the lives of three married couples. The men and one of the women immigrated to Luxembourg from Russia via Germany and France at the beginning of the 20th century, the other two wives ... [more ▼]

The authors tell from the lives of three married couples. The men and one of the women immigrated to Luxembourg from Russia via Germany and France at the beginning of the 20th century, the other two wives came from Luxembourg or the border area. The married couple Aronow-Herz, Fakorowitsch-Levy and Lukmanski-Lubinstein and their children tell stories of migration and integration, of constraints and freedom, of plans and setbacks. And then the story of the unthinkable: the Shoah. In the first so-called Pole transport alone, including these three families, a total of 323 Jews were deported from Luxembourg on October 16, 1941 to Litzmannstadt (Lodz): 89 Luxembourgers, 234 non-Luxembourgers, mainly Germans, Poles, stateless persons - mostly from Russia and Poles - some Lithuanians, Letters, Dutch and French. Only eleven out of 323 survived the deportation. [less ▲]

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See detail#YesWeCare: Die Übersehenen
Ganschow, Inna UL

Article for general public (2021)

After someone dies of the coronavirus and medical staff is no longer needed, work for more COVID fighters begins - the morticians.

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See detailWladimir Peninsky. Ein (etwas anderer) Russe in Luxemburg
Ganschow, Inna UL; Lieb, Daniela

Article for general public (2021)

Vladimir Peninsky was a Russian refugee, spy, collaborator and composer in Luxembourg. His unknown and notable biography is the focus of the article.

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See detailLuxembourger in the USSR: Tambow in Wort und Schrift. Zur logotherapeutischen Funktion von Ego-Dokumenten und Lagerliteratur der Zwangsrekrutierten in sowjetischer Gefangenschaft
Ganschow, Inna UL

Article for general public (2020)

Luxembourg camp literature has its literary roots in the literature of prisoners of war and prisoners of war of the First World War. During their Soviet imprisonment from 1943 to 1953, the Luxembourg ... [more ▼]

Luxembourg camp literature has its literary roots in the literature of prisoners of war and prisoners of war of the First World War. During their Soviet imprisonment from 1943 to 1953, the Luxembourg conscripts continued a tradition of documentarism that did not want to create fictional narrative worlds, but instead focused exclusively on what they had experienced themselves. A large part of the texts left behind is also not literature that was written for a larger audience. They have often been published by the authors themselves. Autobiographies, memoirs and a few volumes of poetry (Faber, Bausch, Schauss) were published, some decades later. A fictional play by the former prisoner of war Joseph Schmit has not been printed to this day. Numerous ego documents, as the research of contemporary history calls them today, have also been preserved - private, handwritten texts of a personal nature. Such material will be the primary focus of this paper. The range of Luxembourgish texts to be examined from the Soviet camp ranges from smuggled notes and letters that released comrades brought to Luxembourg, through diaries, speeches and self-made dictionaries to poems and stories, some of which were in the camp and some immediately after their return Tambov and other Soviet camps emerged. [less ▲]

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See detailInterview: 100 Joer russesch Präsenz zu Lëtzebuerg
Ganschow, Inna UL; Delage, Michel

Speeches/Talks (2020)

„D'Geschicht vun der Awanderung vu Russen, respektiv vu Bierger aus dem fréieren Zareräich oder der Sowjetunioun, war éischter manner bekannt. Bis d'Fuerscherin Inna Ganschow sech mam Thema ausernee gesat ... [more ▼]

„D'Geschicht vun der Awanderung vu Russen, respektiv vu Bierger aus dem fréieren Zareräich oder der Sowjetunioun, war éischter manner bekannt. Bis d'Fuerscherin Inna Ganschow sech mam Thema ausernee gesat huet. Ëm déi 100 perséinlech Interviewen huet d'Fuerscherin gefouert, fir sech en ongeféiert Bild ze maachen.“ [less ▲]

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See detail„Der Transport aus Tambow nach Luxemburg wäre über die Frontlinie des Jahres 1944 gar nicht denkbar gewesen“
Ganschow, Inna UL

Article for general public (2020)

Yuri Mizis ist Geschichtsprofessor und Leiter der Abteilung für russische Geschichte an der Staatlichen Universität G.R. Derzhavin Tambow. Zusammen mit Vladimir Diachkov und Vladimir Kanishchev schrieb er ... [more ▼]

Yuri Mizis ist Geschichtsprofessor und Leiter der Abteilung für russische Geschichte an der Staatlichen Universität G.R. Derzhavin Tambow. Zusammen mit Vladimir Diachkov und Vladimir Kanishchev schrieb er die Sammelmonographie „Geschichte und persönliche, soziale und psychologische Aspekte der Beziehungen innerhalb und außerhalb der Kriegsgefangenenlager in Tambow 1943 – 1946“. Jausa, Moskau 2020 (im Druck). [less ▲]

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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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