Kinder Transport Statue – London, England

Nazi authorities staged a violent program in Germany on November 9–10, 1938, known as Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass). Afterwards the British government eased immigration restrictions for certain categories of Jewish refugees. British authorities agreed to allow an unspecified number of children under the age of 17 to enter Great Britain from Germany and German-annexed territories (that is, Austria and the Czech lands). They were spurred by British public opinion and the persistent efforts of refugee aid committees. Notable among the refugee aid committees were the British Committee for the Jews of Germany and the Movement for the Care of Children from Germany. These efforts collectively have been known as the Kinder Transport.
This monument is in the Liverpool Street Station in London.

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