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Oak tree is planted in tribute to Danny’s family

AN oak tree has been planted in Sheffield in memory of the family of Association of Jewish Refugees trustee Danny Kalman.

The ceremony in Endcliffe Park was part of the AJR’s project to plant 80 trees in recognition of the organisations 80th anniversary.

Danny’s father, Henry (Hans) and his uncle Eric (Erich) were sent to England in April, 1939, on the Kindertransport.

They had an aunt living in Sheffield who was prepared to pay £50 to guarantee they could come to England.

Henry was 15 and Eric eight when they arrived in Sheffield.

As soon as Henry became 16 he was interned on the Isle of Man, where he learned English. Eric attended school in Sheffield

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