When European refugees fled to Egypt, 1944

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When the Germans and their allies invaded Southeastern Europe, a large number of civilians (over 40,000) escaped from their homelands. Many fled all the way across the Mediterranean, hopping from island to island in search of shelter and safety. The British came up with the idea of settling hundreds of thousands of refugees, mainly women […]

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