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Organisations: Ministry of Health
Locations: Southampton

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Basque Children May Go To Private Households

The greater part of the Basque refugees remain at the camp of North Stoneham, near Southampton, owing to the outbreak of a few cases of typhoid.

With regard to the future care of the refugees the Ministry of Health takes the view that there would be no objection to evacuating children from the camp to any home which was set apart for Basque children only. They should not, however, be sent to any home or convent which has any other children there.




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