The conclusion to this study explores whether it is appropriate to compare Holocaust refugee journeys with other forced migrations before and after. It explores questions of choice/absence of choice in the migratory experience. Finally it raises questions of ethics in responses to migrants from those receiving them or refusing to do so.
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