Anthony Grenville

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Anthony Grenville was born in 1944, the son of Viennese refugees. He co-edits the journal of the “Association of Jewish Refugees” and is a senior research fellow at Bristol.

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2011

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Tony Grenville is the author of the first history of the refugees who fled to Britain from German-speaking lands, from their arrival in the mid-thirties, to their eventual settlement. Bob Moore’s groundbreaking Survivors explores the strategies that enabled Jews to escape or hide from the Nazis, particularly in France, Belgium and Holland.

Anthony Grenville was born in 1944, the son of Viennese refugees. He co-edits the journal of the “Association of Jewish Refugees” and is a senior research fellow at Bristol.

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