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.'

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