A Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year, 2005!
"very valuable..extremely interesting..the material is absolutley fascinating and historically very important." --Barbara Harrell-Bond, Founder-Director, University of Oxford Refugee Studies Centre.
"extraordinarily interesting..heart-rending..particularly moving..it shows the resilience of the human spirit in a finer light than I can remember reading elsewhere."--Nigel Nicholson.
"an intensely moving and compelling narrative..I am thankful that these courageous people have at last found so able and fluent a chronicler."--Nikolai Tolstoy, author of The Minister and the Massacre
"A detailed and objective book…truly moving…An implicit reminder of the patrimony that centuries of Christian civilisation have bestowed upon the Europeans, and of which Europe itself is getting rid in favour of a totalitarian and inhuman nihilism." -- Nova Historica (Italy)
About the Author
John Corsellis has written widely on Slovene refugees, having experienced at first hand their camps at the end of WWI.
Marcus Ferrar is a writer and independent communications consultant and teaches at business schools in Switzerland and Slovenia.