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Central British Fund for World Jewish Relief

Group  From 1933 

Categories: Religion, Social Welfare

Now known as the World Jewish Fund.  Established in 1933 as the Central British Fund, the charity rescued over 100,000 Jewish people from Germany before WWII and was also largely responsible for organising the Kindertransport, bringing over 10,000 unaccompanied, mainly Jewish children, from Nazi-occupied Europe.

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Central British Fund for World Jewish Relief

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Kindertransport - Meisler

Such a sad and touching subject, these children can't fail but bring to mind ...

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