Last week we briefly wrote on how Leica played a role in saving Jews by helping them flee Nazi Germany. Turns out the effort was called the Leica Freedom Train, and this short 3-minute documentary tells the story in a bit more detail. An interesting fact is that each Leica refugee was given a Leica camera as a symbol of freedom.
The Story of How Jews Were Saved by the ‘Leica Freedom Train’
- Published on May 3, 2011 by Michael Zhang
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