Eboli Camp 1945-1947: A Photographic History

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Nikola Lukich and Saša Radoičić, 2011 - Eboli (Italy) - 128 pages
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"After World War II the town of Eboli in southern Italy was the site of one of the largest refugee camps, housing members of the Royal Yugoslav Army and their families. Eboli Camp 1945-1947 a photographic history, records everyday life in this camp of 14,000 inhabitants."--P. [1].

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I will try my best English and hpe that you will understand what I say: in the cam there were cclose to 30.000 people. This camp was military-civilan camp, and there were members of the Dinara Division,, soldiers and their families, Serbian Volunteers-Sumadija Division and their families, Slovenian Domobranci -home Guard with famliies, and some Croats, also. There was a Hospital, Tehater,C
C hurch, gimnasioum, Thelogical Seminary and many more different courses. Rajko Djurdjevic and Major Moma Djordjevic, with the help of YMCA managed to publish Serb- English dictionary, and quite a number of books were printed also. Soccer clubs and sport discipline were present, ll together, life in the camp was similar to a medium size Serbian town -people were getting married, baptized, and near by, in the town of Batipalja was cemetery where about one hundred were buried. Years later, all buried there were transferred to a place in Italian town Bari. Also, in January of 1946 the Hospital was transferred to a much better place in Mercatello, close to Salerno.
Stevan Pirocanac

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My Father served in this Yugoslav Army and was encamped in Eboli -- like to know how to get a copy of this book?

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