"And I never saw them again." -- Stories of the Kindertransport

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In January, 2019, Centropa interviewed twelve Kindertransport refugees living in London. Born in Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia, their parents took them to their local train stations in 1938 and '39, promised to follow soon, and watched as their children left for England, and safety. Most of these "Kinder," now in their 90's, never saw their parents again. Special thanks to The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany and The Association of Jewish Refugees

In January, 2019, Centropa interviewed twelve Kindertransport refugees living in London. Born in Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia, their parents took them to their local train stations in 1938 and '39, promised to follow soon, and watched as their children left for England, and safety. Most of these "Kinder," now in their 90's, never saw their parents again. Special thanks to The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany and The Association of Jewish Refugees