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Ehrenberg/Elton Papers

Mixed collection of family papers, mainly private correspondence as well as unpublished literature by Eva Ehrenberg, photographs, family history and official letters and documents relating to the emigration in 1939 from Prague to Britain.

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Archive of the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning

Founded in 1933 as the Academic Assistance Council, a small group of academics in Britain who helped persecuted German academics to find employment in Britain. The organisation is now known as CARA (Council for Assisting Refugee Academics).

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

A letter describing Hedwig Hesse's youth in Heidelberg and Frankfurt am Main at the Philantropin, her preparations for departure and journey to England, her stay in Bexley Heath and her emigration to Brazil and reunification with her parents in 1940. The curriculum vitae documents her life from her youth to the age of 70. Newspaper articles are enclosed about her post-war visit to Heidelberg, together with other Jews .

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Teilnachla├č Lichnowsky, Mechthilde

Mixed collection of letters, manuscripts, published work and diaries.

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An autobiographical text entitled "Anekdoten zu Macht und Ohnmacht Juni 1938-Ende 1938". The anecdotes describe various events from the youth of the author relating to his Jewish identity and the increasing pressure on the Jewish population in Nazi Germany.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

The letter describes Ruth Hermann's journey to England, her stay in a hostel from 1939-1947, her move to the USA, and the fate of her parents.

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Two letters describing Michael Hellman's youth in Germany, his journey to England, his stay in various hostels and towns, his work, military service and the fate of his mother. He also mentions that he knows of Martha Schlamme, nee Martha Haftel.

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Letter and card referring to Ruth Heinemann's family, her life in England and her emigration to the USA.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

The letter discusses Paul Hart's journey to England, the fate of his family, his stay with a family and R.A.F. service.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

Biographical notes taken from the book "J├╝dische Gemeinde 1933-1942 Bergen-Enkheim", which describe the life of the father of Ludwig Jahn, including his profession, where he lived and his marriage. Ludwig Hahn is mentioned at the end of the story. One letter discusses Ludwig Hahn's stay in England and his further migration to the USA.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

Two letters describing Inge Hack's arrival in Dovercourt, her stay with a family, her contact with the German language and her life and family circumstances in Germany before she left.

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A letter discussing Elizabeth Grugeon's arrival in England in 1939 and the fate of her family.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

The letter discusses Gusta Gross's arrival in England in May 1939, her stays in Harrogate and York, her work for the Polish government in exile and her brother, who was also on a Kindertransport.

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The letter discusses the experience of various children who were on Kindertransports. Louis de Groot was not one of these herself.

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The letter discusses P.H. Granby's stay in various hostels. The letter is difficult to read.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

The letter discusses Sidney Graham's stay in various hostels, military service, Machal and the death of his friend Marcus Stemmer during the War of Independence. He points out that his friend and his wife were also child refugees.

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Memoirs describing Marga Goren Gothelf's life before and after her jouney to England: her earlier deportation to Gaynia/Poland, her daily life in England, her evacuation, Youth Aliya Hachshara, and her work with children who survived concentration camps.

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A short letter which describes Marion Goldwater's arrival in England together with her brother Hans Danziger, and their sponsorship by Lord Sainsbury.

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The two letters discuss a possible publication.

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The letter discusses John Goerke's journey from Breslau to England and his subsequent life in Birmingham.

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The letter discusses Lasslo Goldberger's life in Germany, the preparations for his journey to England, his life in Britain, and military service.

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The letter discusses Inge Goldreiz's arrival in England in 1939 and her adoption after the war.

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The letter and the notes give a short summary of Gerda Gelbhardt's arrival in Britain and include the information that she was guaranteed personally when she left Berlin.

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The biographical notes discuss Herbert Gales' s life in Jever, his arrival in Dovercourt, his residence in various hostels and different stages of his working life.

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The biographical notes describe Harry Arvay's life after his arrival in England, his work as a journalist and writer, and his military service.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

The letter discusses the organisation of Shulamith Amir's Kindertransport, the journey, her reunion with her father in London and her further migration to Israel in 1947.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

The letters discuss the reunion of former Kindertransport children, and give a short summary of Ruth Albert's jouney to England.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

The letter discusses Gerta Adler's arrival on the first Kindertransport together with her sister Hedy Ashley, her stay in Dovercourt and Harris House and the diary "Our first year in Harris House".

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The biographical notes describe Lewis Erlanger's life in Germany, the preparations for his journey and his stays on various farms after his arrival in England.

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Reunion of Kindertransport Documents, 1987-2002

Manuscript for a radio broadcast in which Laura Selo describes her experience when she and her two sisters lived with an elderly woman in London.

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