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Jewish refugee children sit on the deck of the SS Pennland of the Holland-America line while en route to the U.S.

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    Jewish refugee children sit on the deck of the SS Pennland of the Holland-America line while en route to the U.S.
    Jewish refugee children sit on the deck of the SS Pennland of the Holland-America line while en route to the U.S. 

Among those pictured are: Peter (far left) and Stephen (center) Kollisch from Vienna.

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    Jewish refugee children sit on the deck of the SS Pennland of the Holland-America line while en route to the U.S.

    Among those pictured are: Peter (far left) and Stephen (center) Kollisch from Vienna.
    Date
    March 1940
    Locale
    En Route To USA
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Peter Kollisch

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Peter Kollisch

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    Biography
    Peter, Eva and Stephen Kollisch were sent by their parents on a Kindertransport from Vienna to England in July 1939. They stayed with a Quaker family, Ashford and Mary Moar, and Mary's sister, Mrs. Baker, in Bristol for six months before receiving their immigration papers for the U.S. Upon their arrival in the United States in March 1940 the Kollisch siblings were reunited with their parents, who had fled Vienna in the fall of 1939.
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