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Fantazija i realnost. Vozvraščenije v SSSR chudožnika Romana Sirotskogo (22.09.1905, Kovno, Litva – 09.03.1981, Kaunas, Litva)

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    0507162 - SLÚ 2020 RIV RU rus C - Conference Paper (international conference)
    Jančárková, Julie
    Fantazija i realnost. Vozvraščenije v SSSR chudožnika Romana Sirotskogo (22.09.1905, Kovno, Litva – 09.03.1981, Kaunas, Litva).
    [Dreams and Realities. A Return in USSR of the Painter Roman Sirotskij (22.09.1905, Kovno, Lithuania – 09.03.1981, Kaunas, Lithuania).]
    978-5-905042-67-6. In: Nansenovskije čtenija 2016. Sankt-Peterburg: Severnaja zvezda, 2018 - (Černjajev, V.), s. 403-412. ISBN 978-5-905042-67-6.
    [Nansenovskije čtenija /7./. Sankt-Peterburg (RU), 09.11.2016-11.11.2016]
    Institutional support: RVO:68378017
    Keywords : Sirotskij, Roman Leontjevich * Russian Emigration * KGB
    Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision
    OBOR OECD: Specific literatures

    Sud'by emigrantov pervoj volny, dobrovolno vernuvšichsja v SSSR, ne často stanovjatsja temoj naučnыch issledovanij. K predrassudkam i mifam možno otnesti široko bytujuščeйe mnenije, čto počti vsje vernuvšijesja v Sovеtskij Sojuz „byvšije“, jesli tolko oni ne byli agentami KGB, srazu že ugodili v zastenki etoj organizaciйi. V stat'je rassmotren konkretnyj primer vozvraščenija - sud'ba čeloveka, chudožnika Romana Leontjeviča Sirotskogo.

    It is very rare to have been thematised in scientific investigates fates of emigrants of the so-called First Wave who voluntary returned to USSR. As prejudices and myths could be estimated widespread sentences that all «déclassé people» returned to USSR, if they did not have any contacts with KGB, immediately found their self in torture-chamber of this organisation. In the article was analysed one of examples of such return. It is a fate of painter Roman Leontjevich Sirotskij.
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