Avatarurile satelor nord-bucovinene în anii 1944-1945.Publicistică, memorii, interviuri
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TĂRÎŢĂ, Marius. Avatarurile satelor nord-bucovinene în anii 1944-1945.Publicistică, memorii, interviuri. In: Anuarul Institutului de Istorie . 2013, nr. 2, pp. 297-303. ISSN 2345-1939.
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Anuarul Institutului de Istorie
Numărul 2 / 2013 / ISSN 2345-1939

Avatarurile satelor nord-bucovinene în anii 1944-1945.Publicistică, memorii, interviuri

The sufferings of the villagers from Northern Bucovina in 1944-1945. Information from press, memorirs, interviews


Pag. 297-303

Tărîţă Marius
 
Institutul de Istorie, Stat şi Drept al AŞM
 
Disponibil în IBN: 13 mai 2022


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In 1988-1989 in the Romanian language newspaper from Chernivtsy (Ukraine) – „Зориле Буковиней”, appeared, for the first time after the World War II, the topic of the repressions managed by the Soviet power in 1940s. The witnesess published in the press show that beside deportations and other types of repressions, in August 1944 the men from the Romanian villages were taken, aparently as volunteers, to the labor camp from the region of the Onega Lake. Information about this appeared also later in the published histories of such villages as Boyan, Oprisheny, Tereblechya and others. Those who survived remembered the very hard conditions of work. Those who survived at Onega, were transferred to Armenian mines, to Asia or to the Belomor channel. During August 2012, with my colleagues Maryan Lopata (Ukraine) and Andrey Mastyka (Belarus), I took eight interviews in the villages of Arboreny, Boyan and Mahala. The oral witnesses show that the Onega camp(s) are a painful moment in the memory of the old villagers, even if their family suffered directly or it was the destiny of their neighbours. This topic has to reach its place in the history’s books from Republic of Moldova and Romania.