Kindertransport

Survivors, separated from their families and sent to the U.K. just before the war, will be given about $2,800.
“Keep the doors open,” Kindertransport survivors warn.
Although I had no real interest in fishing or golf (my big sports interest was swimming), I was jealous that Steve, as the
This week we will celebrate Dad's 81st birthday. His continued survival is a source of joy for those of us in the family and all whose lives he has touched as well as a reminder of the ultimate failure of Hitler's genocidal regime.
The true story of Lisa Jura, a gifted 14-year-old Austrian pianist who once dreamed of debuting in Vienna's famed Musikverein
On a Friday afternoon in Vienna in 1938, fourteen-year-old piano prodigy Lisa arrives on the trolley for her lesson to discover that Mahler Street has suddenly been renamed Meistersinger Street.
Esther Starobin was born in Adelsheim, Germany, in 1937. Her parents were among the 6 million Jews killed during the Holocaust. Starobin, her three sisters and her brother survived because their parents were able to send them to safety in time.
Some writers like to reflect on modern history from the distance of a decade or a generation. Others prefer 25 or 50 years as appropriate reference points. Very few stop to think about how our lives have changed over the most recent third of a century.
Thirty-four years before Henry Kissinger told the President that the emigration of Jews from a country where they were subjected to persecution "is not an objective of American foreign policy," a U.S. government official conveyed the same sentiments to a young London stockbroker who was busy saving the lives of Jewish children.
"We share something," Bob Kirk told CNN. "All our stories are slightly different but there's an underlying commonality. We