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Anna Davies describes her role as a teacher at the Tonfanau Camp in Wales, in 1972, at the time of the arrival of Ugandan Asians. Other topics discussed include: camp boredom; bleak conditions; and cultural differences. As well as reflections upon comparisons to more recent refugee crisis such as that of Ukraine and Afghanistan.

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