Demo “Vielfalt statt Hetze” in Berlin am 21. Januar 2024 (Foto: © Stefan Müller, verfügbar über Flickr, CC BY-NC 2.0 Deed)
Florian Wagner

By Florian Wagner

Florian Wagner is a historian at the University of Erfurt.

„Remigration“: Zwischen freiwilliger Rückkehr und rassistischer Massendeportation

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