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Holiday or Home

In March it’s been more than 80 years since the first Kindertransport came to Britain. The Kindertransport was a rescue project from Great Britain to save the children from Nazi Germany between 1938 and 1940. They were able to save over 10 000 refugee children. In our collection we have some really special pieces linked to the Kindertransport.

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Barney Greenman’s toy truck back in London: History of a loan

In 2017 the Jewish Museum was approached for the loan of a special object in the collection: the toy truck that Holocaust survivor Leon Greenman made for his toddler son Barney from scraps of wood during the Second World War. It was going to be shown in a temporary exhibition entitled ‘Auschwitz. Not long ago. Nor far away’ in Madrid.

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New Insights into the Kindertransport

The ‘KT80 Symposium: The Kindertransport 80 Years On’ that took place at University College London (UCL) 22-24 January brought together researchers, museums, kinder and their descendants and interested members of the public.

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Jews, Money, Myth

A major new exhibition at Jewish Museum London, explores the role of money in Jewish life and its often vexed place in relations between Jews and non-Jews, from the time of Jesus to the 21st century.

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