From December 1938 until the outbreak of World War II in September 1939, some 10,000 children traveled alone from Germany, Austria, Poland and Czechoslovakia to Great Britain on the Kindertransport – the children’s transport.
Memories That Won’t Go Away tells the stories of hundreds of these kinder. Their experiences as strangers in a strange land were often complicated and painful, but as this book illustrates, the rescued children – and their many thousands of descendants –
remain eternally grateful to the nation that saved them.
Through stories, photos, and Gabriella Y. Karin's illustrations, Michele M. Gold brings the memories of the kinder to life.