Family Photographs of WW2 Jewish Refugees Donated to Suffolk Archives
Historic photographs of World War Two Jewish refugees who started new lives in Suffolk have been donated to the county archives in Bury St Edmunds.
On Monday, July 25, Claire Duncan, from Bungay, donated the family photographs to the archive after recognising people featured in the ‘We Have To Move On’ exhibition at the National Horse Racing Museum, in Newmarket.
The exhibition looked at refugees living in the Palace House Stables hostel in Newmarket during the 1939-45 conflict.
You can read much more in an article by Toby Lown published in the East Anglican Daily Times web site at: https://bit.ly/3Jgh8wT.
Fritz and Eva Ball – Originally from Berlin, Fritz and Eva arrived at Palace House Stables in May 1939 and lived there until 1943. – Credit: William E Barton