After 80 Years, Germany Agrees to Compensate Kindertransport Survivors

Nearly 10,000 children, almost all of them Jewish, were sent to Britain on the Kindertransport from Nazi Germany, including Austria and parts of Czechoslovakia annexed to Germany

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Jewish children, who fled Europe under Nazi rule as part of the “Kindertransport” rescue effort 80 years ago, will receive one-time compensation of 2,500 euros ($2,800) from the German government. The...