"Whilst there is a growing awareness of the efforts made by the Society of Friends, the Christadelphians have been somewhat unrecognised by historians and the public at large. Like the Quakers, they were at the forefront of getting Jews out of Greater Germany to the safety of Britain and then helping them to establish new lives in Palestine. Although a Christian faith, the Christadelphians had a long and close association with Judaism, being sympathetic to Jewish orthodoxy."
- Nicholas Burkitt; British Society and the Jews; pgs. 73-74
This section is broken up into three parts:
1 - Christadelphians and the Jews - examines the feelings of Christadelphians towards Jews 2 - Christadelphians and Monetary Support 3 - Christadelphians and the Kindertransport