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Alan Gill. Interrupted Journeys: Young Refugees from Hitler's Third Reich.



Alan Gill Alan Gill was the guitarist/songwriter for the synth pop band Dalek I Love You.

He also played guitar in The Teardrop Explodes and co-wrote their top ten hit Reward. During this period, Gill introduced lead singer Julian Cope to LSD [1].
. Interrupted Journeys: Young Refugees from Hitler's Third Reich, Simon & Schuster Simon & Schuster

U.S. publishing company. It was founded in 1924 by Richard L. Simon (1899–1960) and M. Lincoln Schuster (1897–1970), whose initial project, the original crossword-puzzle book, was a best-seller.
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As the dark storm clouds of World War 2 threatened to engulf en·gulf  
tr.v. en·gulfed, en·gulf·ing, en·gulfs
To swallow up or overwhelm by or as if by overflowing and enclosing: The spring tide engulfed the beach houses.
 Europe a small number of German and Austrian teenagers fled Nazi oppressio in their homeland, leaving behind their parents, families and everything familiar, to obtain refuge in Australia. Simultaneously an exodus of younger Jewish children later to be known as Kindertransports were heading for Britain. Many arrived only days or hours before Britain and France formally declared war. The majority in both groups would never see their parents again.

Not all were able to participate in these 'escape lines'. The return of peace heralded another exodus from 'old Europe'--this time many thousands of Jewish children, dubbed 'war orphans', who had spent the war years in hiding, or incarcerated incarcerated /in·car·cer·at·ed/ (in-kahr´ser-at?ed) imprisoned; constricted; subjected to incarceration.

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Confined or trapped, as a hernia.
 in concentration camps, bore the full brunt of Nazi horrors. They re-emerged after the war as displaced persons (known to most simply as DPs) to await re-settlement in a new host country. Australia, by virtue of its remoteness, proved a popular choice.

ALAN GILL, formerly the Sydney Morning Herald's long-time Religion writer, is the author of Orphans of the Empire, which tells the compelling story of several thousand British child migrants, sometimes known as the white stolen children or Leaving of Liverpool kids.
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