I don't have much to offer but about 20 years after WW2, my mother and I visited
friends in England who had been living in Burma and arrived in England as refugees. They
were resettled in a camp in England where they stayed until they could fined jobs and
living quarters else where in England. They spoke well of their time they had there and
the friends they had met. Sorry, I don't know the name or the place of the camp.
On Saturday, May 20, 2017 7:22 AM, Gerald Herd <gher6569(a)westnet.com.au> wrote:
As I recall things - as a 4 year old I arrived in the UK (along with my
mother and younger brother). We docked at Liverpool and were transferred by
train to a camp near Basingstoke. My questions are has anyone amongst the
listers here had the same experience, were these camps called resettlement,
internment or what camps.
Does anyone know where I may fond details and/or photos of these camps. I
believe the area was called Sherborne St John
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