The hardships of lives uprooted by historical circumstances
Betty Ringel's two daughters were able to leave Germany before 1938. They were in the twenties and they settled in London.
Insider dealings in the French jewelry trade. Swank cocktail parties for the Nazi elite. A rough-cut Jewish jeweler and his ebullient new wife.…
from Ruby Family History Project
The Ringel family crossed from Lisbon on the SS Guine—but their entry to the U.S. was anything but routine
In July 1940, consular officials from three nations conspired to open an escape route for Jews out of occupied France. Why did they do it?
Rosa Feidt was the only Lewi sibling who got out, to her everlasting remorse
from Another Time, Another Place