Posted by: albfor | June 24, 2015

Jun 23, 2015 “No Home to Go To” ~The Story of Baltic Displaced Persons 1944 -1952


19TH & BEN FRANKLIN PARKWAY |  PHILADELPHIA FREE LIBRARY

LOGAN CIRCLE.   Exhibition opening reception last night at the Free Library of Philadelphia.  The exhibition, a profound visual story, showcases the age old story of the inhumanity of humanity that continues up to this very day.  In this case the exhibition tells of “The Story of Baltic Displace Persons 1944-1952” and the Baltic disapora drawing on the memories, documents, photographs, and memorabilia of families and individuals who lived through the WWII experience.

“No Home To Go To” ~The Story of Baltic Displaced Persons 1944-1952

PHILADELPHIA FREE LIBRARY  |  “No Home To Go To” ~The Story of Baltic Displaced Persons 1944-1952

The Story of Baltic Displaced Persons 1944-1952

The Story of Baltic Displaced Persons 1944-1952 |  Alvar Soosaar, Adams M. Berzins, Laila Gansert, Linda Rink, Krista Butvydas Bard, Irena Chambers | 3 Generations~ Cakars, Chakars family

Focusing on the three Baltic -Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania the exhibition news clips, photos,  memorabilia and documents showcases the happenings of displace persons (DPs) in Europe seventy years ago:  it is a heartfelt message that, sadly, still echoes in the hearts of many more millions of people.

FOR A VIEW OF SOME THE IMAGES from this event please select this link or the “Jun 23, 2015  “No Home To Go To” album in the right corner.


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