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This index presents a list of author names relevant to the study of global migration history. Studying migration from a household perspective meant a great leap forward in historical migration research, but it also has its disadvantages because it focuses predominantly on free migrations. The freedom for families to decide who is to move, is indeed reduced to near insignificance in the case of slave migrations, forced removals of entire populations, and genocidal forms of replacement to sites of mass murder, as in the case of Jews and kulaks in Europe between 1933 and 1945, especially in Poland and the Ukraine, or the Armenians in Turkey.

Keywords: global migration history; Jews



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