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In 1941 Hitler deported over 2000 British men women and children from the Channel Islands to the heart of Nazi Germany.

It was a terrifying journey into the unknown and some killed themselves rather than go. Others had just hours to pack one bag, destroy their pets and leave. However the initial horror of the camps and the struggle to survive in the primitive conditions was replaced with a determination not just to survive, but to thrive. As Hitler’s crime created one of the most bizarre episodes of the war.