In the end of Second World War many Latvians found refuge in the western countries defining themselves as an exile community. When Latvia regained its independence, the exile was officially put to an end, however, most part of exiles did not return. Hence, the question arises: how different generations of exile Latvians define their attachment to their homeland and to their host countries?
Atsauce: Krūmiņa M. (2021) Home and Sense of Belonging in the Life Stories of First and Second Generations of Latvian Exiles. Journal of Identity and Migration Studies, Vol. 15(2), pp. 133-144.