Children of the Greek Civil War : refugees and the politics of memory - 1st edition. - Σικάγο 2012.

  1. Έκδοση
  2. Βιβλίο έντυπο
    1. Παιδουπόλεις
    2. Παιδιά πολιτικοί πρόσφυγες
    3. Children - adolescents during the Civil War
    1. Danforth, Loring M (1949-)
    2. Van Boeschoten, Riki (1948-)
  3. 1st edition
    1. Σικάγο
  4. 2012
    1. Περιεχόμενα:
      Part 1. Histories. Framing the subject ; The evacuation of children to Eastern Europe ; The paidopoleis of Queen Frederica
      Part 2. Stories. Refugee children in Eastern Europe ; Kostas Tsimoudis ; Evropi Marinova ; Stefanos Gikas ; Maria Bundovska Rosova ; Children of the paidopoleis ; Efterpi Tsiou ; Traian Dimitriou ; Kostas Dimou
      Part 3. Ethnographies. Refugees, displacement, and the impossible return ; Communities of memory, narratives of experience ; The politics of memory: creating a meaningful past

    1. At the height of the Greek Civil War in 1948, thirty-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 comprehensive study of the two evacuation programs.