This epilogue reflects on the dialectical relationship between remembering and forgetting the “memory wars.” The Macedonian conflict is also discussed as the contemporary issue that lies at the heart of the ongoing controversy over the paidomazoma. Finally, the chapter presents insights into why the memory of the evacuation of refugee children of the Greek Civil War is still relevant in contemporary Greek political discourse.
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