The Waiting people

United States, 1954

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Captures the plight refugees in Europe after World War II who have lost their nationality. Since the end of the War, many have been forced to remain indefinitely in refugee camps due to illness or disability. Consequently, many are considered unacceptable as immigrants to other countries. Narrated by James McKechnie; accomplished cinematography by Edward Wooldridge.

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