by Religious Society of Friends, UK; Published by Quakers in Britain (2008)
Read histories of Kindertransportees helped by Quakers here. Quakers were involved at all stages in the Kindertransport. In London they joined with Jewish delegates in persuading the government to relax immigration requirements, making it easier to evacuate people from Nazi Europe. Quakers accompanied children on the long journey to safety and many families and Quaker schools provided homes.