It was the children who suffered the most. Four thousand evacuees fled from Northern Spain during the Spanish Civil War and arrived in Southampton in May 1937. Spain's most famous artist Picasso painted the horrors of that war. One of the children sent here made the journey 77 years ago. His story is being remembered in an exhibition called 'Conscience and Conflict' at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester - as Asana Greenstreet reports.
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