Cook, William

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"German refugees transformed British cultural life - but at a price. German-speaking emigres like Frank Auerbach dragged British culture into the 20th century. But that didn't go down well in Stepney or Stevenage" in The Spectator [London], 5 October 2015. Illustrated with photographs of German emigres. See: