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20 years ago the last camps fell

Sue Ryder, founder of the Sue Ryder Forgotten Allies Trust in aid of concentration camp survivors, writes from the home for them she runs at Cavendish, Sussex: "As we move forward to 1965, anniversary year of the liberation of thousands of the camps and prisons, let us remember the 20 million who died".

She also asks for help for the living, through buying Christmas cards or giving personal service. or second-hand clothes or anything saleable. She says the Sue Ryder Remembrance Shops in London. Liverpool and Manchester have proved their best means of support.




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