80th Anniversary of Kindertransport remembered at Liverpool Station

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80th Anniversary of Kindertransport remembered at Liverpool Station

80 years ago today, the first Kinderstransport - the operation to bringing Jewish children out of Nazi-occupied Europe, arrived at London Liverpool Street. 

To mark the anniversary, some of those who made the journey, returned to the station today, for a special service. 

It was also attended by the German ambassador, and London's chief Rabbi.

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