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Inside Europe: Fighting for modern refugee children

Lauren Frayer, London, Great Britain
July 7, 2016

A rather special group of people have been calling on the authorities to do more to help child refugees from Syria. That's because they were once child refugees themselves. Back in 1938, as the Nazi persecution of Jews intensified, Britain's government passed emergency legislation to admit Jewish child refugees to the UK. It was an effort now known as Kindertransport.

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