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When Britain embraced refugees

At the outbreak of World War I in the summer of 1914, Germany invaded Belgium on its way to France, sending hundreds of thousands of Belgian refugees fleeing for their lives. A quarter of a million Belgians managed to make it across the English Channel to Britain — the largest influx of refugees in the country’s history.  More @ Mashable

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