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Paul and Charlotte Bondy were refugees from Hitler caught up in Churchill’s policy of mass internment. Paul was detained at the Alien Internment Camp at Huyton, near Liverpool, from late June to early December 1940.
During this time his only contact with his wife and young daughter was by post.
As this young married couple struggled to overcome the vicissitudes of war and exile to maintain some semblance of family life, they wrote to each other regularly. The letters, postcards and telegrams reproduced here are a unique example of a complete WW2 Internment Correspondence.
Paperback ISBN: 9781780357751
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