Parents’ Escape From Nazis Inspires Entrepreneur

Posted on April 11, 2009

National Public Radio interviews James Jacobson, a self-professed serial entrepreneur, who feels many life lessons stem from the lives of his parents, who fled Germany and the Nazis as young children, and eventually made their way to St. Louis, where they found each other and married. When his father was 7, he was put on a train with his sister in what later became known as the kindertransport.

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