The monument is comprised of a replica of a train door from 1939, with the imprints of hands of children on one side, and of parents on the other.
“We are grateful every day for the chance we were given to survive and thrive,” the survivors write in a letter to the President. “And we urge you to keep the doors open to refugees.”
Esther Starobin and Helga Shepard are two of the over 10,000 Jewish children who survived the Holocaust thanks to the Kindertransport.
More than 100 British Jewish clergy signed a letter urging the United Kingdom to take in more Syrian refugees.
Vienna is set to see the opening of what organizers say is the world’s first permanent museum dedicated to the story of the Kindertransport.
75 years ago, Anna Goldenberg’s aunt boarded a train from Austria to England.
To the roster of righteous Gentiles that includes Oskar Schindler, Masha Leon adds Sir Nicholas Winton, whose British chutzpah lights up the new documentary ‘Nicky’s Family.’
Edith explains why she speaks to schools about her experiences of the Holocaust, and the long silence she maintained after the war.
In honor of the 75th anniversary of the kindertransports, we remember the dramatic story of 50 Jewish children’s rescue from the Nazis.
Westheimer expresses concern for the provocatively dressed.