GERMANY: 40¢ Refugees

40¢ Refugees

In Berlin one morning last week 100 Jewish children piled aboard a special car on a train for the Hook of Holland. At the German border they were joined by 100 others from the Hamburg area. They were the vanguard of some 5,000 persecuted German youngsters whom a British committee headed by Jewish Viscount Samuel has arranged to settle in English homes. And they were the first refugees who have enjoyed the cooperation of the Reich in getting out.

The cooperation was something less than generous. Each refugee was permitted...

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