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Abstract

Chief Constables duly began their task on 25 June. The Jewish Chronicle that week reported that widespread arrests among category ‘C’ refugees had taken place in the early hours of the morning. Most were in North-West and South-West London, and in Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield. From Manchester came the news that Rabbi Dr Moritz David (formerly of Bochum, Germany) was one of the eight male refugees resident in the Refugee Annexe to the Homes for Aged and Needy Jews in Cheetham Hill Road who had been interned.

Keywords

Jewish Family European History Extra Ration Chief Constable Terrify Experience 
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© Miriam Kochan 1983

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  • Miriam Kochan

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