Reinventing Collaboration: The Vlasov Movement in the Postwar Russian Emigration View Full Text


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2018

AUTHORS

Benjamin Tromly

ABSTRACT

In this chapter Benjamin Tromly examines the memory of World War Two collaboration in the Russian emigration. A.A. Vlasov, a Soviet general who formed a Russian Liberation Army under Hitler, became the touchstone for anti-communist mobilization among Russian émigrés during the early Cold War. After the general was captured by the Soviets and executed in Moscow in 1946, a post-war Vlasov movement emerged among exiled Russians that sought to repackage the general’s perceived betrayal as national heroism. Yet exiles frequently clashed over what service to the nation entailed. The so-called “Vlasovites” disagreed over which members of their camp had been too loyal to the Germans, while left-wing émigrés rejected the very premise that wartime collaboration could be patriotic. The chapter concludes by discussing how post-war debates over Vlasov and collaboration in the Russian emigration have reemerged in the memory conflicts over the Great Patriotic War in Putin’s Russia. More... »

PAGES

87-111

Book

TITLE

Traitors, Collaborators and Deserters in Contemporary European Politics of Memory

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978-3-319-66495-8
978-3-319-66496-5

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