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1946 et 2016: Deux Crises des Réfugiés

By Lucy Cao, Keely Dion, Nick Hadlock, and Michael Nantais, VI Form; Summer Hornbostel, V Form; Selina Wu, IV Form

1946 et 2016: Deux Crises des Réfugiés

Editor’s Note: The assignment in Advanced French–Francophone World:“Workingscreenshot-2016-10-24-21-53-50 together you are going to create an infographic that makes a comparison between the refugee crisis during and after the second world war and the current crisis in 2016. You may identify some guiding questions of your own.

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Rothman, Lily, and Liz Ronk. “This Is What Europe’s Last Major Refugee Crisis Looked Like.” Time. Time, 11 Sept. 2015. Web. 24 Oct. 2016.

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Wasserstein, Bernard. “European Refugee Movements After World War Two.” BBC. N.p., 17 Feb. 2011. Web. 24 Oct. 2016.


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