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The Lives of Camphill

An Anthology of the Pioneers

Edited by Johannes M. Surkamp

352 pp.  

Illustrations: 75

Floris Books

The Camphill Movement began in 1939 with a small group of young Austrian refugees led by Karl König. The Lives of Camphill is a definitive reference to more than a hundred of those who joined the movement from the 1940s until the early 1970s—individuals who worked in a unique way with children and adults with special needs and helped make Camphill the large and influential network it is today.

The Lives of Camphill gathers 129 short biographies and more than 70 photographs that span those thirty formative years during which the movement spread across the globe. Each story tells of a fascinating individual and together they form a remarkable whole that documents the history of Camphill Villages in the most appropriate way—through the people.

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