Former servicemen and resistance members gather for a ceremony at Eden Camp
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Ceremony for WWII resistance members who helped servicemen

A ceremony to honour those who helped allied servicemen escape from occupied Europe has been held at a World War II museum in North Yorkshire.

Hundreds of soldiers and air crew relied on members of the resistance and the escape routes they created to return to the UK.

A memorial marking the sacrifice of resistance members who were tortured, executed, or died in concentration camps was unveiled at Eden Camp in Malton as part of the ceremony.