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Some Jewish refugees were saved or shown great kindness by non-Jews which helped enable their safe arrival in Britain. Several of their descendants now live in St Albans. They remember the humanity shown to their families in the face of persecution and anti-Semitism and strive to use it as a force for good. Some have been inspired to make connections with people from other communities, continuing the legacy of compassion by helping those in similar situations today.

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