In 1941, a shul was opened in Macclesfield to accommodate the wartime evacuees who swelled the Jewish population of the Cheshire market town to 200-plus. But they left when the war ended and the synagogue closed in 1946.
Volunteers in Moldova are getting ready to dig up a grave that is rumoured to contain the bodies of Jews murdered during the Second World War.
The Moldovan community group August - whose members normally search for the remains of Soviet soldiers - will, for the first time, excavate a civilian massacre site, said Vasilii Senicovschii, the leader of the organisation.
"Those animals. I would like to throw some of those dogs under the tram."
Wilm Hosenfeld, the Nazi officer who famously saved the life of musician Wldyslaw Szpilman - an act commemorated in Roman Polanski's Holocaust film The Pianist - could not bear his anger towards his fellow soldiers.
The Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and Women's annual parade will be commanded by a Jewish serving officer, Lieutenant Colonel Simon Soskin of the Grenadier Guards, for the first time in recent history.