Bring Forth the Children A Journey to the Forgotten People of Europe and the Middle East Yul Brynner visits refugee camps in Europe and the Middle East He photographs children and some adults and writes text that tells about their lives and why he believes it is important that they and th

  • Title: Bring Forth the Children: A Journey to the Forgotten People of Europe and the Middle East
  • Author: Yul Brynner Inge Morath
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Yul Brynner visits refugee camps in Europe and the Middle East He photographs children and some adults and writes text that tells about their lives and why he believes it is important that they and their families be removed from refugee camps before the children are damaged permanently by living too long in the camps Along with black and white photographs by Brynner, notYul Brynner visits refugee camps in Europe and the Middle East He photographs children and some adults and writes text that tells about their lives and why he believes it is important that they and their families be removed from refugee camps before the children are damaged permanently by living too long in the camps Along with black and white photographs by Brynner, noted photographer Inge Morath also contributes black and white photographs There is no ISBN listed in the book or on Book has dark blue covers with no lettering Title and author appear on the spine only The copy I found was missing the dustjacket.

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    About "Yul Brynner Inge Morath"

    1. Yul Brynner Inge Morath

      Yul Brynner was a Russian born actor of stage and film, perhaps best known for his portrayal of the Siamese king in the Rodgers Hammerstein musical The King and I on the stage and on the screen, as well as Rameses II in the 1956 Cecil B DeMille film The Ten Commandments and as Chris Adams in The Magnificent Seven.He was noted for his deep, rich voice and for his shaved head, which he kept as a personal trademark since adopting it in his role in The King and I.

    982 thoughts on “Bring Forth the Children: A Journey to the Forgotten People of Europe and the Middle East”

    1. Very good, moving book. Brynner writes with compassion and intelligence about the children and adults he photographs in the refugee camps. Both Brynner's photographs and Morath's photographs, many full page, are beautiful and striking, although the grainy printing of the era doesn't give them their full due. I found that this book was not listed in the database, so I added it. The copy that I found was missing its dustjacket, so I couldn't photograph that. Since the book (a high quality hardcov [...]


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