What happened to the Children of the Diaspora? This is one man's personal account of the far-reaching effects of being a `child of the scattered'. It is also a testament to the courage of the Jewish refugees, how they rebuilt their lives in a foreign country, and of their major contribution to the war-effort.
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Michael grew up in a poor-family in a relatively poor but socially coherent village community set in the heart of agricultural Suffolk He trained as an architect and later taught architectural- and building conservation students at university in Yorkshire and landscape management at a higher-educational college in North Yorkshire.Michael's s wife Lynne has a nursing and medical research and teaching background and together they founded, and are Trustees of a registered charity focusing on supporting families caring at home for relatives who have an acquired or inherited brain injury.
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