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“I forgive those who sent me to Australia,” says an Irish woman who was separated from her family at the age of five

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One morning in 1950, five-year-old Ann McVeigh was awakened by one of the nuns caring for her at a children’s home in Belfast and taken on a journey that would change her life forever.

He was one of around 120 children from Northern Ireland who were sent to Australia as so-called child migrants in the late 1940s and 1950s. Many of them, including Ann, were taken to the other side of the world without their families’ permission.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/i-forgive-those-who-sent-me-to-australia-says-irish-woman-taken-away-from-her-family-when-she-was-five-years-old-41466695.html “I forgive those who sent me to Australia,” says an Irish woman who was separated from her family at the age of five

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