On 75th Anniversary of the Kindertransport, British Jews finding it hard to ask questions
The narrative of Britain selflessly opening its doors to the Jewish refugees is compelling but 'it takes more self-confidence to say that British Jews weren’t always so wonderful.'
Last Sunday a moving event was held at St James’s Palace in London. Prince Charles held a reception for a large group of elderly Jewish men and women in their 80s and 90s born in Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia who had been allowed into Britain as refugees in late 1938 and 1939 right up until the outbreak of World War II.
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