Kindertransport refugee had ‘immeasurable’ impact on Shoah education

Posted on October 19, 2020

Survivor Ingrid Wuga, who escaped Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport at 15 and was honoured by the Queen last year for her services to Shoah education, died in Glasgow at 96. The Dortmund-born survivor fled in June 1939 and was later joined in England by her parents. Mrs Wuga met her husband Henry, a fellow Kindertransport evacuee, at a refugee club in Glasgow and the two married in 1944. The couple founded a kosher caterer which they ran together for 30 years.

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