Polish refugees receive Red Cross aid as they reach Iran during World War II.
Iran Date:1943 Duration:2 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
Polish refugees in Iran during World War II. The refugees walking in an area. People with their personal belongings loaded on carts walk on a street in Poland in 1939. They line up for food. A map locates the route traveled by the refugees. They reach Iran. They receive Red Cross aid. People receive clothes and shoes. They establish a village. People eat food. Children study in schools. Men and women work. They join and serve the U.S. Army.
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