RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoBell 30
Extent494 ff.
DateDecember 1939 - December 1940
DescriptionCorrespondence and papers on German refugees and internees and on organisations involved in relief work, including:

Report on refugees in Australia, by Conrad Tipper for the International Committee of the Christian Approach to Jews, May 1940 (ff. 103-6).

Petition of internees on the Isle of Man awaiting emigration, August 1940 (ff. 186-90).

Status of refugees: legal provisions dealing with statelessness, by Dr. Erwin H. Loewenfeld, September 1940 (ff. 238-326).
CopiesNegative Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library Box 877 contains copies of folios 103, 104, 105r, 105v, 106, 186-190, 238-326 (all 'recto' unless otherwise stated).
PublnNoteCharmain Brinson, "The Anglican Bishop, the Methodist Minister and the women of Rushen: George Bell, J. Benson Harrison and their work for women internees": offprint from 'Humanitas: The Journal of the George Bell Institute', Vol. 7, Number 2, April 2006. [Lambeth Palace Library Z664.L2 7.32]
Charmian Brinson, "'Keine verlorene Zeit': Musk im Fraueninternierungslager Rushen", Echolos. Klangwelten verfolgter Misikerinnen in der NS-Zeit, 2004 [ Z664.L2 7.39]
Charmain Brinson, " 'Loyal to the Reich': National Socialists and other in the Rushen Women's Internment Camp": offprint from Richard Dove (ed.), " 'Totally un-English'? Britain's Internment of 'enemy aliens' in two World Wars", The Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, 7, 2005. [Lambeth Palace Library Z664.L2 7.33]
Andrew Chandler, The Church and humanity : the life and work of George Bell, 1883-1958 (Routledge, 2012) [Lambeth Palace Library H5199.B3C4].
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