North Yorkshire Moors Railway withdraws WW2 German soldier invite

North Yorkshire Moors Railway withdraws WW2 German soldier invite
 

A railway involved in a World War Two re-enactment weekend has withdrawn its invitation to a group who dress as German soldiers.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway said it was in response to negative publicity in the press last year.
The charity said it was a "very difficult decision" but it needed to protect its family image.
Neil Robertson, from the Das Reich group said the press had exercised "power without responsibility".
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5 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 43
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