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Belgian refugees made London 'home'

24 February 2014 Last updated at 19:47 GMT

A historian has been visiting the areas of London where tens of thousands of Belgian refugees in World War One made their homes.

Dr Dan Todman, from Queen Mary University of London, also spoke to Christoph DeClercq whose great-grandfather was a refugee from Belgium and Helen Baker, a community historian from the East Twickenham Village.

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