Britain Plans to Admit Refugees from German Camps Who Have Relatives in Country

British sources made public here today a plan announced in the House of Commons for giving sanctuary in Britain to refugees from concentration camps. The plan announced by Home Secretary J. Chuter Ede would admit wives and children of men in Britain, mothers and grandmothers and also fathers and grandfathers, if in special need, and males under 18 and females under 21 with children whose aid comes from a relative in Britain.

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