In the project Konstantin Kotelnikov, Institute of the History, St Petersburg University, analyzed adaptation problems and related delinquent behaviour of Russian emigrants in Berlin in the period of 1919 – 1933. The research is based on the archive materials accumulated by German and Russian institutions as well as by German periodicals during the period. Results of the study were published as a CGES working paper. In addition, two papers on the most resonant case falling within the considered period, the murder committed by two Russian officers P.N. Shabelsky-Bork and S.V. Taboritsky in Berlin 1922, were submitted to peer-reviewed historical journals.
- Kotelnikov, K.(forthcoming). Crime in ‘Russian Berlin’ 1919-1933: Underworld of emigration in the context of socioeconomic adaptation. Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas(in German).
- Kotelnikov, K.(forthcoming). The number of Russian first ‘wave’ emigration in Germany and ‘Russian Berlin’ in the 1920s. Herald of the archivist (in Russian).