Screen magazine. No. 14. A Village awakens

United States, 1952

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The story of how a road was built to the formerly isolated village of Desphina. Illustrates how the people of Greece may decide what they need most and then build it (roads, land drains, flood barriers, harbour jetties, town water supplies, sewer systems etc.) with the aid of advice and suggestions from the United Nations.

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