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Young Zionist refugees in Manchester
Bill Williams

Wislicki, who had arrived in Manchester as a refugee from Breslau in November 1938 and who had rapidly become active in local Zionism.73 Conditions on the farm, approached from the main road by means of a mud track, impressed one sympathetic observer as involving considerable ‘hardship’.74 In compliance with Bachad ideals, Thornham Fold Farm was characterised not only by agricultural training, but by intensive educational programmes which embraced modern Hebrew, Judaism, Jewish history, modern Jewish thought, current affairs and Zionist propaganda, and by a simple

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