The Wild Place (Kathryn Hulme) pdf, epub, doc

I very nearly started this off by saying the book tells the untold story of the disposition of displaced persons in the aftermath of WWII. Clearly, the story has been told. This, then, is the forgotten story of what happened to many hundreds of thousands of people in the months and years after the war.

This is one telling of the story of the largest planned mass migration in history and how that migration was affected by the fall of the iron curtain, the creation of Israel, the start of the Korean conflict, and the lethargic changes to the immigration policies of the USA.

Wildflecken (the wild place) was built by Hitler as a training camp for SS ski troops. After the war, it housed 20,000 DP's, primarily Polish. The population of the camp was in constant flux - people came and went all the time. Hulme doesn't try to tell the story of a city (for that's essentially what the camp was) but instead concentrates on individuals - her driver, her translator, the camp police chief, her coworkers.

The book is full of joy (people going home after years of slavery, people starting new lives) and heartache (imagine sending trainloads of people home to Poland only to watch the Iron Curtain fall).


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