Marion Sutton was 7 years old on the night in 1934 her mother bundled her out of their Berlin home for the last time. With just one suitcase, they boarded the train that would take them to Switzerland and out of Hitler’s Germany.

“I still remember the SS men getting on the train,” Sutton, now 80, said of the tense border crossing. “Those images never leave you.”

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