By Association of Macedonians in Poland
Tpb: 68 pages (celloglazed cover)
Price: $15 CAD USD$11
This text examines official discrimination against the Macedonian minority of northern Greece, and the struggle for human rights, particularly by the more than 28,000 ethnic Macedonian child refugees evacuated in 1948 during the Greek Civil War.
The report contains 28 photographs and 26 pages of letters, certificates and documentary evidence. The book outlines the obligations to fully protect the Macedonian national minority assumed by Greece when it annexed Aegean Macedonia in the 20th century. This was to include full civic and political rights. However, instead, the Greek authorities instigated policies aimed at assimilation, displacement and ethnic cleansing.