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Their nostalgic thinking about a return to the once happy existence is intensified by their awareness of prohibition. Now hundreds of thousands, and even millions, migrate, chased from their homes by war, by harsh economic necessities, or political persecution, and an expatriate, for instance a writer, an artist, an intellectual who left his country for his own, so to say, fastidious reasons, motivated as he was not only by fear of starvation or of the police, cannot isolate his fate from the fate of those masses.

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Book Review: “Exiles” by Josef Koudelka

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Photographs of Exile by Josef Koudelka

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Myself, I wanted to see the world and photograph it.