Refugees as Tools of Irredentist Policies in Interwar Bulgaria

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Raymond Detrez deals with one of the major population movements in the region in the early twentieth century—namely Bulgarians from Greece, Turkey, and Romania moving to Bulgaria. He discusses the role of population exchanges in the process of nation-building and irredentist policies in interwar Bulgaria. By using the refugees as tools for their irredentist claims, the process of adaptation to their new homeland was retarded.




Detrez, R. (2015). Refugees as Tools of Irredentist Policies in Interwar Bulgaria. In IMISCOE Research Series (pp. 47–62). Springer Science and Business Media B.V.

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