Wartime opposition

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Nationalities
Areas such as the Ukraine saw invading Nazis as liberators or allies - one million people from various national groups defected - Vlasov's Russian Liberation Army - capture by Germans ins 1942, fought along side the, capture by Americans in 1945
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Reaction to opposition groups by the Soviet regime
Nationalities seen as traitors "guilty by association" - Crimean Tartars were deported to Kazakhstan and Central Asia 1943-1944 - Volga Germans were deported to Siberia and Central Asia 1941 - Soviets were exiled from the Baltic States
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Reaction to opposition groups by the Soviet regime 2
Early war years, one million people were deported from western Belorussia and western Ukraine - June 1941, 134000 people were deported from the Baltic States into convict camps - 3.3 million Soviey citizens were deported between 1941 and 1948
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Treatment of Jewish Soviets
By 1945 about 5 million Jews had disappeared - Lived mainly in Russia, Ukraine and Belorussia - occupied by Germans in 1941 - 1942
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NKVD
Ensured compliance from the population - Punished people for failure and incompetence - Arrested those suspected of treason - Monitored those who lived under German occupation - Used convict labour
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Nationalities seen as traitors "guilty by association" - Crimean Tartars were deported to Kazakhstan and Central Asia 1943-1944 - Volga Germans were deported to Siberia and Central Asia 1941 - Soviets were exiled from the Baltic States

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