My father was a refugee from Nazi Germany and came over with the Kindertransport in July 1939.
His parents didn't get out - my father couldn't raise enough money in time to help them. They were murdered in Auschwitz.
Like many other children of holocaust survivors I am entitled to claim German citizenship (dual). I don't want to
lose my British citizenship. However, I'm at a loss to know where to begin. Contacting the German embassy is very difficult. I finally found a phone number and spoke to someone who gave me an email address. I emailed with my requests, saying that I have all necessary documentation from my father, signed by a solicitor. I've heard nothing, not even an acknowledgement that my email has been read.
This is a long shot, I know - but does anyone know of a better way of contacting an appropriate person in the Embassy and talking to a human being?
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