I Fled Nazi Germany. I Hope the US Doesn’t Turn Its Back on Refugees.

Trump has made hostility to migrants and asylum seekers the running theme of his presidency. But asylum saved my family from certain death.

The Guardian
Jul 3 · 4 min read
2nd December 1938: Some of the 5,000 Jewish and non-Aryan German child refugees, the ‘Kindertransport’, arriving in England at Harwich from Germany. Photo: Fred Morley/Fox Photos/Getty Images

By Aryeh Neier

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