Ursula Rosenfield as a young girl
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Kindertransport revisited on stage

Railway stations across Britain will be the setting for a theatre production telling their story of the kindertransport.

During World War II thousands of children, most of whom were Jewish, had to leave their parents and travel to the UK to escape persecution.

Survivors - like Ursula Rosenfield - were kept safe by the kindertransport mission.

Now railway stations across Britain will be the setting for a theatre production telling their story.

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  • 09 Nov
  • From the section UK