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  • MichelleMedenblik

FRAGMENTS | Refugees

Just like modern conflicts, World War II sparked an immigration and refugee crisis that engulfed Europe.

Even before the war erupted, a significant wave of migration had already begun to emanate from Germany, and as persecution, destruction, and poverty escalated, the movement of people intensified further. By the war's end, an estimated sixty million Europeans had been displaced, and a million of them continued to live as refugees until 1951.


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