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Jews and Other ForeignersManchester and the Rescue of the Victims of European Fascism, 1933-40$
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Bill Williams

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780719085499

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719085499.001.0001

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‘A haven of safety’: refugees and the Manchester Women's Lodge of B’nai Brith

‘A haven of safety’: refugees and the Manchester Women's Lodge of B’nai Brith

(p.237) 13 ‘A haven of safety’: refugees and the Manchester Women's Lodge of B’nai Brith
Jews and Other Foreigners

Bill Williams

Manchester University Press

A revival of interest in refugees within the Manchester B'nai Brith Women's Lodge, following the collapse of its Hospitality Committee in 1935, was apparently sparked off by the same chain of international events and those same pressures from Woburn House which had brought the MJRC into being. Later, the MJRC, found a viable plan, agreeable to the lodge, the committee, Woburn House and the Home Office, for the financing and management of a children's hostel with accommodation for a maximum of twenty-two children between the ages of thirteen and sixteen.

Keywords:   Hospitality Committee, MJRC, refugee girls, Woburn House, children's hostel

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