In Richler's Your Mouth Is Lovely, the Pripet
Marshes are a place of refuge and discovery in the memory narrative of Miriam, a Jewish woman assassin exiled in a frigid Siberian prison camp after the Russian Revolution.
The Mongol invasions of the 13th century, the spread of Islam and the Turkic invasions from the east, the migration of Slavic populations from their aboriginal home in the Pripet
region and the Drang nach Osten of the Germanic peoples further contributed to this demographic kaleidoscope.
In the early twentieth century, the German state tried to tame the marshes of the River Prypiat (Pripet
), which flows through the Polish-Russian borderlands of West Polesie--and onward through the Zone of Alienation around Chernobyl--on its way to join the Dnieper.
Estaba Irving Feldman, que acababa de publicar un libro sobre el Holocausto, The Pripet
marshes and other poems.
(31) For instance, the wilderness of the Pripet
Marshes could be imagined before and during National-Socialism as the Urheimat of the passive and "feminine" Slav race, a land filled with disorder which stood in stark contrast with the ancient dynamic and "masculine" (32) Germanic order (33), which cleared, drained and urbanized in the name of future generations.
Yet, while Army Groups North and Center easily penetrated and encircled the defending Soviet units, Army Group South experienced greater difficulty in attacking south of the Pripet
Asi, la tesis de la etnogenesis en las inmediaciones del Pripet
y la consiguiente migracion causada por las condiciones ambientales, se derrumba junto al valor que se le asignaba a Jordanes como evidencia de la antiguedad de los eslavos (36), opinion que es tambien cornpartida por P.M.
In July and August 1941, the 2d SS Cavalry Brigade participated in antipartisan operations in the Pripet
Marshes, shooting 13,788 people at the cost of two dead.