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"Some Victims of the Nazi Terror"

Document | Accession Number: 2010.40

Consists of one magazine entitled "Some Victims of the Nazi Terror," which contains photographs and propaganda information about the Kitchener camp in Richborough, England. The magazine describes the daily lives of the mostly Jewish refugees living in the Kitchener camp. The magazine was created by the Kitchener Camp Committee.

In a special camp, Kitchener, in Richborough, Kent, England, some 5,000 people who needed immediate shelter were housed during an eighteen - month period from the end of Jan. 1939. These 5,000 refugees had been released from concentration camps, or their internment had been deferred by the Nazis, who were willing to let them alone on condition that they leave Germany immediately. The Home Office gave them a group entrance visa and waived the normal regulations for passports and individual permits.

publication/distribution:  circa 1939-1945
1 folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of an Anonymous Donor
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:00:40
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