Exile

1933

There he wrote his famous work Tristia (Sorrows) about his bitter feelings in exile. Another, at least in a temporary exile, was Dante. The German-language writer Franz Kafka described the exile of Karl Rossmann in the posthumously published novel Amerika. During the period of National Socialism in the first few years after 1933, many Jews, as well as a significant number of German artists and intellectuals fled into exile; for instance, the authors Klaus Mann and Anna Seghers.

1939

A Novel Among Emigrants) in 1939 describing the German exile scene, "to bring the rich, scattered and murky experience of exile into epic form", as he wrote in his literary balance sheet.

1942

At the same place and in the same year, Anna Seghers published her famous novel Das siebte Kreuz (The Seventh Cross, published in the United States in 1942). Important exile literatures in recent years include that of the Caribbean, many of whose artists emigrated to Europe or the United States for political or economic reasons.

1944

The entire population of Crimean Tatars (numbering 200,000 in all) that remained in their homeland of Crimea was exiled on 18 May 1944 to Central Asia as a form of ethnic cleansing and collective punishment on false accusations. Since the Cuban Revolution, over a million Cubans have left Cuba.

1948

For example, nuns were exiled following the Communist coup d'├ętat of 1948 in Czechoslovakia. ===Euphemism for convict=== Exile, government man and assigned servant were all euphemisms used in the 19th century for convicts under sentence who had been transported from Britain to Australia. ==For groups, nations and governments== ===Comfortable exile=== Comfortable exile is an alternative theory recently developed by anthropologist Binesh Balan in 2018.

1958

At the time of the Cuban Revolution, Cuba only had a population of 6.5 million, and was not a country that had a history of significant emigration, it being the sixth largest recipient of immigrants in the world as of 1958.

1971

Examples include the British-Canadian writer Arthur Hailey, who moved to the Bahamas to avoid taxes following the runaway success of his novels Hotel and Airport, and the English rock band the Rolling Stones who, in the spring of 1971, owed more in taxes than they could pay and left Britain before the government could seize their assets.

2012

In 2012, Eduardo Saverin, one of the founders of Facebook, made headlines by renouncing his U.S.

2018

For example, nuns were exiled following the Communist coup d'├ętat of 1948 in Czechoslovakia. ===Euphemism for convict=== Exile, government man and assigned servant were all euphemisms used in the 19th century for convicts under sentence who had been transported from Britain to Australia. ==For groups, nations and governments== ===Comfortable exile=== Comfortable exile is an alternative theory recently developed by anthropologist Binesh Balan in 2018.




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