"The Exile History Review" was established in 2021 at the Centre for Research on the History of the Polish Government-in-Exile at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. The yearbook collects articles and materials concerning the European migrations in the 20th century, escpecially political emigrations from East-Central Europe during World War II and the Cold War.

Aims and Scope

The purpose of the "The Exile History Review" is to publish documents in English about the European migrations in the 20th century. We wish to focus on the issue of political emigration from East-Central Europe during World War II and the Cold War. We believe that this subject requires detailed analysis, and the yearbook could serve as a forum to publish research papers. We would then go on to consider and evaluate inter alia, the attitude of émigré groups from individual countries to the socio-political situation in Europe, also collaboration within those countries. We would finally want to have observations within the academic field regarding the émigré authorities and their relationship to society and international connections. These are just a few of the subjects that we wish to include in the "The Exile History Review".

Submissions should be made online via the OJS system (https://czasopisma.kul.pl/ehr/about/submissions). They are accepted on a rolling basis, and the deadline for each volume is May 31 each year. The entire volume is published in December. Selected articles, when accepted for publication, are published under Online First. They are citable by their digital object identifier (DOI).