On Their Own: Britain’s Child Migrants

Quickly going to throw this exhibition out to everyone: On their own: Britain’s child migrants.

Touching, but a small exhibition that highlights the time of when the British children migrated during the war. It features items that they kept with them, their stories of how they went through it and what happened and some photographs.

It’s not an art related one, however, to find out some new, historical things from the people who experienced the huge tragedy may come in handy for any future projects. I originally attended this one in search for an object to talk about for my essay, but there wasn’t any that caught my eye. I also didn’t think there would be any further information on an item there, if I did find one.




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