How Kent saved Jewish lives in WWII

Posted on January 21, 2012

The forgotten story of how the people of Sandwich played a key role in saving thousands of men from certain death at the hands of the Nazis is to be featured in a BBC TV show on Monday evening Jan. 23. In recounting the stories of love and loss, the programme tracks down men and women of the time to discover how the locals took the people of another country and culture to their hearts. The show managed to track down many of the Kitchener Camp veterans who still survive today.

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