Holocaust survivor who escaped Czechoslovakia to speak in West Michigan

Posted on April 17, 2017

MUSKEGON, MI – Renata Laxova was one of 669 children to escape Czechoslovakia on the Kindertransport, which took children to foster homes in Britain from 1938-1939, prior to the start World War II. Eight transports were organized by Sir Nicholas George Winton from Prague, Czechoslovakia, to Britain. She will tell her story and answer questions at three presentations in Muskegon and Ludington from Sunday, April 23-Tuesday, April 25.

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