I Came Alone: The Stories of the Kindertransports
Presents accounts of persons who were brought to Great Britain as unaccompanied children in 1939 from the Greater Reich (Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia). Concentrating mostly on their lives in England and in North America, many of them also relate their experiences under the Nazi regime. Includes facsimiles of documents concerning these "children's transports" and their reception in Great Britain.
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