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Volumes in the collection: 'Here, look after him': los niños, refugee children from the Spanish Civil War
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Full text:[...] The teacher put me into this compartment and said, 'Here, look after him.' And there I was, and I don't recall what happened on the journey until I arrived in [Glasgow]... As I arrived at that station [...]
Full text:[...] 1937-2007: The 70th anniversary of arrival of the ninos in the UK On 26 May 2007, children gathered in Southampton from as far away as Venezuela to commemorate the seventieth anniversary of their arr [...]
Full text:[...] A Christmas card from the Carshalton colony, 1946 [...]
Full text:[...] The Basque boys AFC: the football team from Cambria House, Caerleon, South Wales 1938-9 [...]
Full text:[...] "In the house we built a kind of stage and a piano was brought in. One adult that made a big impact on us was a pianist, composer from Madrid, Manuel Lazareno, who came in after the war in Spain was a [...]
Full text:[...] Funding the ninos Substantial voluntary support was necessary to finance the ninos in this country. The accounts of the National Joint Committee for Spanish Relief (12) show that by 1939 some £165,00 [...]
Full text:[...] Ana Maria writes to her mother, grandmother, sisters and uncle from the camp at Stoneham, 29 May 1937 How are you all? As you will see, I am relatively well, only relatively. As I said before, we are [...]
Full text:[...] Maestras, the teachers accompanying the ninos With the children were 95 female, qualified teachers — or maestras — 120 female, auxiliary helpers and 15 priests. The presence of teachers had been cruc [...]
Full text:[...] Evacuation and arrival in Britain: the camp at North Stoneham Once it had been agreed that children could be evacuated to Britain, the Basque Children's Committee was created to co-ordinate their car [...]
Full text:[...] Nurses on the quayside at Southampton escorting girls from the Habana, May 1937 [...]
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