Starving Children of Yugo-Slavia

May 1919
America;5/17/1919, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p153
The article focuses on the starvation on children in Yugoslavia. It states that children are reaching out pitiful hands across the sea, begging a pittance out of the abundance , asking for food that they might not die. On the other hand, all the children of Belgium were saved from hunger, while the little ones in Yugo-slavia are in danger of suffering.


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