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Du déracinement à l'exclusion. Les réfugiés de la Première Guerre mondiale dans l'Ouest rural français

Abstract : During the First World War, between 2 and 3 million people choose exile, chased away by the fights. In West of France, 150 000 evacuees, refugees or repatriates are in this way welcomed. From autumn 1914, their integration causes difficulties, minor at the beginning but which become more important from 1915. In a context of prolonged war which nobody has predicted, their sociocultural profile is quickly considered as incompatible with the expectations of native populations, mainly rural and unaccustomed to this “discovery of the difference.”
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Ronan Richard. Du déracinement à l'exclusion. Les réfugiés de la Première Guerre mondiale dans l'Ouest rural français. Sociétés Plurielles, Presses de l’INALCO, 2021, S'expatrier, Exaptriate (4), ⟨10.46298/societes-plurielles.2021.8405⟩. ⟨hal-03323190⟩

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