This fond collects the echelon lists of exiled persons and cases of “special exile” from 1941 to 1951.
The echelon lists provide the following information: persons and number of family members exiled; names of adult exiles; number of underage persons; echelon
numbers and railcars used for transport. Exiles included émigrés, “traitors of homeland and people”, former prisoners of the German army, citizens and families
suspected of cooperating with the Turkish secret services, and people of Greek, Iranian, Turkish, German, Kurdish and Khemshil nationality. Minors and invalids
were also subject to exile.
Exiles were re-settled in Central Asia (Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan) and Siberia.
On the basis of Resolution №744, passed by the USSR Defense Committee on October 8th, 1941, all ethnic Germans were re-settled.
On the basis of Resolution №6279, passed by the USSR Defense Committee on July 31st, 1944, Meskhetians, Azerbaijanis, Kurds, Iezids, Khemshils, Adjarans,
Iranians and Turks were re-settled.
On the basis of Resolution №2214-856, passed by the USSR Council of Ministers on May 29th, 1949, Dashnak, Armenian, Greek and Turkish families were
exiled from Georgia.
On the basis of Resolution №4893-2113б, passed by the USSR Council of Ministers on November 29th, 1951, Georgians (primarily from the Adjara region),
Azerbaijanis (primarily relatives of émigrés) and former prisoners of war and their families were re-settled.