The Loughton Declaration and the History of Holmehurst

Did you know? Holmehurst, the house where the Loughton boys Holocaust survivors stayed, was used as a safehouse after the Munich agreement which allowed Hitler to take control of the Sudetenland, an area of Czechoslovakia.

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