Again re Kitchener Camp near Kent #general


After I sent my response regarding Ms.Auerbach's inquiry about the
Kitchener Camp for Refugees I couldn't resist doing a bit more poking around on the
internet. I learned that at the Southhampton Library's special collections
there are family papers and documents of Rabbi Dr. Werner Van der Zyl, born in
Schwerte in 1902.

and also, at the website of a document seller, there is being offered for
sale an airmail letter to a Samuel Neumann who was a Jewish refugee >from Vienna
sheltered at the Kitchener Camp. The Camp, according to the seller'entry for
this item, is said to have been jokingly referred to as "Anglo-Sachsenhausen."

I wonder whether Ms. Auerbach can travel >from London, where she resides, to
the Southhampton Library in order to do research there. Maybe she can find
the information she seeks perusing through its collection of the Kitchener Camp

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