Many people ask me what happened to the refugees. The truth is most of them left after the war, to the United States, Canada, a few to Israel.
Those that stayed built a life and the most successful business on the island, a dairy co-op that supplied milk, cheese, butter, and yogurt and of all things salami to the many hotels and supermarkets throughout the D. I love it there.
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My best friend is Dominican. He has a house there and we visit every winter. Sounds like an interesting book and perfect for our Travel the World in Books reading challenge. I read the Brief Wondrous life of Oscar Wao set partly in the Dominican Republic during Trujillos reign and found those parts both compelling and terrifying. Thanks for sharing about this book with us.
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