Yet again re Kitchener Camp #general


Adding to my previous responses to Chantal Auerbach's inquiry, I refer her to:

where she can read a three-paragraph description of the Camp Kitchener,
which was previously known as "Richborough camp." It was transformed in 1939 as an
emergency home for 300 German refugees. The camp's population reached

It always astonishes me how many things can be found on the Internet. It also
astonishing that through the Internet a number of people interested in my
family or in my father's architectural accomplishments have found and written to

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Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
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