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Aggregate Treason: A Quantitative Analysis of Collaborator Trials in Soviet Ukraine and Crimea

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
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Seth Bernstein Assistant Professor, School of History, Higher School of Economics, sbernstein@hse.ru

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Irina Makhalova Ph.D. Candidate, Research Assistant, International Center for the History and Sociology of World War iiand Its Consequences, Higher School of Economics, imakhalova@hse.ru

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This article is an analysis of metadata from 955 closed trials of Soviet people accused of being collaborators during World War ii. The trials reveal Soviet officials’ understandings of who was capable of collaboration and what kinds of acts were collaboration. At the same time, the aggregate data from trials demonstrates that the accusations were grounded in the realities of the war and were not falsifications like the investigations of the Great Terror in the 1930s.

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