Remembering 4,000 Jewish refugees who were welcomed in Kent

The story of the Kindertransport - when 10,000 Jewish children were brought to the UK to escape the Nazis - has been well told.

But less well known is the story of the 4,000 men - mainly Austrian and German Jews - who were brought to the UK before the outbreak of war in 1939.

They all came to Kent. Now, relatives have traced their footsteps to Sandwich near the site of the refugee camp that became their haven from persecution. Tony Green has the story.