The Extraordinary Life of Judith Kerr

Judith Kerr’s childhood memoir, When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, meant a lot to me as a kid; I want to revisit her family’s story as an adult and take a look at what it means now, in a world in which more people are becoming stateless than ever before. In Spring 1933, Alfred Kerr’s name was on a list. A Berlin theatre critic, essayist and intellectual with … Continue reading The Extraordinary Life of Judith Kerr