4 edition of Children of the Greek Civil War found in the catalog.
Children of the Greek Civil War
Loring M. Danforth
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Loring M. Danforth and Riki van Boeschoten|
|Contributions||Boeschoten, Riki van|
|LC Classifications||DF849.52 .D36 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0226135985, 0226135993|
|ISBN 10||9780226135984, 9780226135991|
|LC Control Number||2011020831|
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At the height of the Greek Civil War inthirty-eight thousand children were evacuated from their homes in the mountains of northern Greece.
The Greek Communist Party relocated half of them to orphanages in Eastern Europe, while their adversaries in the national government placed the rest in children’s homes elsewhere in Greece. A point of contention during the Cold War. Children of the Greek Civil War book At the height of the Greek Civil War inthirty-eight thousand children were evacuated from their homes in the mountains of northern Greece.
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“As the Civil War raged, large parts of the occupation experience were passed over and forgotten as quickly as possible. The Greek authorities showed little interest in pursuing war criminals, and war crimes petered out more quickly than anywhere else in Europe, whilst over-conscientious prosecutors were buried in provincial postings.”.
A powerful, vivid and well-researched masterpiece that threads together the historical, cultural and deeply personal story of Eleni Gatzoyiannis, who during the Greek civil war of the late s, was captured, tortured and executed in the village of Lia for attempting to save her children from the grips of communist guerrillas/5.
By Amikam Nachmani. The years – were ones of continuous horror for the Greek people. When the Second World War (WWII) ended in and the rest of Europe was beginning to rebuild itself, Greece entered into a second war, more vicious than that fought against the Axis powers.
If eight percent of the population of seven million had died or been killed during WWII. A much-needed corrective to previous historical accounts, Children of the Greek Civil War is also a searching examination of the enduring effects of displacement on the lives of refugee children.
“Danforth and Van Goeschoten grippingly tell the stories of thousands of Greek children relocated” during the war, writes K. Dubinsky for Choice. The children were sorted into groups and made way for the Albanian border.
The partisan carers (often young women and men) had to help and support the children as they fled the Civil War. Thousands of Macedonian, Greek, and Aromanian children were evacuated from the areas under communist control. At the height of the Greek Civil War inthirty-eight thousand children were evacuated from their homes in the mountains of northern Greece.
The Greek Communist Party relocated half of them to orphanages in Eastern Europe, while their adversaries in the national government placed the rest in children’s homes elsewhere in Greece.
At the height of the Greek Civil War inthirty-eight thousand children were evacuated from their homes. The Greek Communist Party relocated half of them to orphanages in Eastern Europe, while their adversaries placed the rest in children's homes elsewhere in Greece.
This book presents a committed quest to unravel and document the postwar adoption networks that placed more than 3, Greek children in the United States, in a movement accelerated by the aftermath of the Greek Civil War and by the new conditions of the global Cold War.
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The Greek Communist Party relocated half of them to orphanages in Eastern Europe, while their adversaries in the national government placed the rest in children's homes elsewhere in Greece.
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