Cold War

Czech Prague Spring Refugees

With regards to the former, the expression of anti-Communist views was made through force, and when confronted by Soviet opposition, the reaction was one of violence. The Hungarian Revolution was
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Soviet Union Jewish Refugees

The refugees stemming from the anti-Zionist period of Soviet Russia in the 70's, hence, also would serve to satisfy this last condition under the larger set of definitions. As with
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Hungarian Revolution Refugees

The 1951 United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees was a major resolution for the United Nations, and exists as a core component of international refugee law today.
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Cuban Refugees

It should be noted that Americans were initially supportive of Fidel Castro's aims in the late 1950's to overthrow the Cuban government, as then-leader Fulgencio Batista had turned his leadership
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Polish Refugees After Martial Law

As a result of , those of Polish descent were no stranger to status. The start of the war is
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Haitian Cold War Refugees

Approximately 150 years later, there were more Haitian-Americans in waiting. The Duvaliers' oppressive rule of Haiti was the cause of
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Central American Refugees

Prior to revolution in Nicaragua in the 1970's, the nation was under the control of Anastasio Somoza, the latest in
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Cold War Refugees

The Cold War is usually conceived of as a war of ideas and the building up of weapons rather than a "hot war," such as World War II that involved
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