By Loring M. Danforth
Marshalling archival documents, oral histories, and ethnographic fieldwork, the authors research the evacuation strategy, the political clash surrounding it, the children’s upbringing, and their fates as adults bring to a halt from their mom and dad and their native land. additionally they provide voice to seven refugee little ones who poignantly recount their formative years studies and heroic efforts to build new lives in diaspora groups through the international. A much-needed corrective to earlier old bills, Children of the Greek Civil War can also be a looking out exam of the iconic results of displacement at the lives of refugee children.
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