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The Pestalozzi Children's Village in Trogen, Switzerland
Arthur Bill
Psychiatric Services 1974; doi:
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Swiss Federal Council, for Disaster Relief, Federal Political Department, Berne, Switzerland

1974 by the American Psychiatric Association

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The author, who spent more than 26 years working at the Pestalozzi Children's Village in Trogen, Switzerland, first as a housefather and later as director, describes the history and operation of the village. Established for World War II orphans, the village now cares for victims of unfortunate social conditions or new international conflicts. The children are educated and receive vocational training in the village so they can support themselves and promote the ideas of international cooperation in their home countries.

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