Goodbye berlin the biography of gerald wiener by margaret m dunlop find out more about the author the 24th of march 1939 was a poignant day for twelve year old gerald wiener he was on a train pulling out of berlin and he was on his way to the uk to escape persecution in nazi germany he was one of the thousands of unaccompanied . Gerald wiener postdoc study in 1957 in the genetics department is the subject of this biography by margaret m dunlop from dr wiener the story of his time in madison as post doc fellow of the staff who were his mentors and accounts of subsequent visits to the usa are significant chapters in his biography goodbye berlin . Goodbye berlin the biography of gerald wiener posted on wednesday 31 august 2016 wednesday 30 november 2016 a biography of dr gerald wiener frse written by his wife margaret dunlop is to be published this september. On 24 march 1939 twelve year old gerald wiener waved goodbye to his family in berlin as he set off for a new life in the uk as one of the children saved by the kindertransport the british effort which rescued thousands of jewish children in 1938 and 1939 he was spared the awful fate that . The 24th of march 1939 was a poignant day for twelve year old gerald wiener he was on a train pulling out of berlin and he was on his way to the uk to escape persecution in nazi germany he was one of the thousands of unaccompanied children saved by the kindertransport looked after by two sisters
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