Some Victims of the Nazi Terror

The Kitchener camp propaganda magazine reproduced here was published by the Kitchener Camp Committee, of which Sir Robert Whaley Cohen was the Chair. Harry Sacher (Director of Marks and Spencer) and Norman Bentwich were also committee members, as was Frank Samuel (Managing Director at Unilever, which guaranteed all the camp’s dry goods, such as porridge oats and soap[1]see Ungerson, Clare. 2014. Four thousand lives: The rescue of German Jewish men to Britain in 1939, The History Press: 34.

  • Richborough transit camp 1939
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Published here with the kind permission of Kitchener descendant Eric Elias, whose father Eduard Elias was a resident of Kitchener camp, in Hut 36/I (and later, in Hut 8/II).

References

References
1 see Ungerson, Clare. 2014. Four thousand lives: The rescue of German Jewish men to Britain in 1939, The History Press: 34