Sir,-We were very interested in the article -by George Floris on the D.P. camps and the needs of the " Old Refugees."
As a society, we are deeply concerned that these victims of years of camp life should not feel forgotten today. We are. above all, concentrating on rehabilitation and on encouraging the refugees to fit themselves for good employment, or to start their own little hu4nesses. We have, for instance. a fruit farm in one camp, with 8 bottling and canning industry: and are helping the inmates to build their awn permanent houses. We also raise funds for educational and vocational grants, for the initial deposits on new houses or flats, and for materials to set up small trades.
All over Germany and Austria, we are trying to create little oases of hope in the desert of camp and settlement life, and thus to repay some of our debt to old allies whom so many forget.