Faces of the Balkans captured by the American Red Cross’ photographers, 1918-1920

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In 1920, the southeastern part of Europe was a miserable place. The endless wars, beginning with the First Balkan War in 1912, continuing with World War I in 1914-1918, and other ethnic conflicts, had disrupted countless lives. The American Red Cross had been operating in the Balkans since the mid-1915 and in 1920, they sent […]

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