We wanted to be free: the refugees' own stories; an anthology.
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Refugees -- Biography.
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Personal narratives.
xii, 207 p. 24 cm.
Escape to freedom, by J. Henson.--Mine eyes beheld the Promised Land, by M. Antin.--The American and the Armenian way, by G. M. Mardikian.--Columbus of the atomic age, by L. Fermi.--The first ten years are the hardest, by M. A. Trapp.--Refugee's return, by F. S. Sondermann.--How we like America, by C. and E. Bell.--My escape from Norway, by S. Undset.--My sister and I, by D. van der Heide.--Rescue, by J. Karski.--This was my choice, by I. Gouzenko.--The deliverance of Sister Cecelia, by W. Brinkley.--Out of darkness, by J. Kovago.--Mangeot conversation with Pablo Casals, by J. M. Corredor.--I belong to myself, by Sansan, as told to B. Lord.--House arrest, by H. Vlachos.--Stowaway, by A. Socarras Ramírez as told to D. Foder and J. Reddy.
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