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Operation Chow Hound
In 1945, the German occupation had Holland on its knees. The Dutch were starving, because the Germans were not supplying them with food. Adelderd Davids of Nijmegen, Holland, six years old at the time, lived in Rotterdam. "It was awful," he recall...
Categories: Military sciences, Alumni
Tags: Humanitarianism, Food
Marissa Lemargie—Busy providing humanitarian assistance in Africa, South America
Marissa Lemargie tends to take things in on a global scale. An interest in other cultures and societies led to an anthropology degree at Washington State University in 1999. A master's degree in international development from the London School of ...
Tags: Humanitarianism, Africa, South America