Geoghegan, Peter
June 2014
Irish Pages;2014, Vol. 8 Issue 1, pi
The article offers information on Spaç Prison Camp, Detention Centre in Albania. It mentions that the Detention center was the Italia army barracks during the Second World War. It states that the Communist regime fall in 1991 and the Democratic Party plans to change Spaç to a museum for the victims of Communism. Several photographs of the slogan depicted in the walls of Prison Camp are presented.


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