Memorial for Irishman who saved 6,500 from Nazis

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  1. Angela Weston says:

    I have only recently heard the term ‘breech of neutrality’. The term interests me very much as I understand that even joining the British army during the war could result in this breech. I was born in England to an English mother, Irish father. My father and his brother came over to England – as did many others – to do their bit for the war – camouflaging buildings I believe – and I am aware that one of my uncles, my fathers brother, fought in Italy. I assume then that they breeched neutrality also.

  2. Mary O'Sullivan says:

    I find this very good and interesting
    Thank you

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