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New bridge opened in Cork in honour of woman who saved the lives of more than 400 Jewish children and adults in France during World War Two

The Mary Elmes Bridge, over the River Lee in Cork was officially opened yesterday. The bridge has been dedicated to Mary Elmes who helped save the lives of more than 400 Jewish children and adults in France during World War Two. Picture: RTE
A new pedestrian and cycle bridge has been opened in Cork in honour of a woman who helped save the lives of more than 400 Jewish children and adults in France during World War Two. The Mary Elmes Bri[...]

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