Paula and her parents were refugees and had spent several weary years in camps for displaced people. One day, Volinksy had seen her dancing and had offered her free training at his ballet school. Nearly all the pupils, who were of many nationalities, had accepted Paula in a friendly way, but Nadia was jealous of Paula’s rapid progress.
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Paula the Dancing Refugee – Judy: #122 (12 May 1962) – #131 (14 July 1962)