KTA Conference 2015

OCTOBER 9-11, 2015

The Kindertransport Association is planning our next National Conference!

It will be held in Farmington Hills, Michigan, in collaboration with the Holocaust Memorial Center, home of the Kindertransport Quilts.

Details to come!

“Honoring the Kindertransport” European Tour

JULY 10, 2015

KT2 Rachel Rubin Green is organizing a trip for Kinder and their families.

The route will mimic the routes of the Kindertransport. We start in Vienna, with one train going from Vienna to Prague to Berlin, (although Kindertransport trains originated in each city). From Berlin we will take a train to the Hook of Holland. There we will take a side trip to Amsterdam, and a ferry from Hook of Holland to Harwich, and then a train to London.

For details, see the full description.

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Connecting the Generations

JANUARY 18, 2015

The Kindertransport Association, the Association of Jewish Refugees, and Second Generation Network have joined together to host a one-day conference for the First, Second and Third Generations of the Holocaust.

It will take place in London.

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My Heart in a Suitcase

NOVEMBER 1, 2008 to DECEMBER 30, 2014

ArtsPower National Touring Theater
This play, drawn from the autobiography of Kind Anne Fox is currently touring schools and other venues. KTA members are invited to attend any of the performances at no charge. Click on DETAILS below to view a video!

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World Kindertranport Day 2014

DECEMBER 2, 2014 7PM-8:30PM


The Burbank/Los Angeles Kindertransport Association and the Burbank Human Relations Council invite you to hear the true story of how the Kindertranports (Children’s Transport) saved almost 10,000 children in Europe from the Nazis before World War II.
Join us!
Contact:David Meyerhof

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Last Train to Tomorrow

NOVEMBER 9, 2014 3PM

The Last Train To Tomorrow tells the extraordinary story of the Kindertransport through a sequence of songs composed and conducted by the internationally acclaimed artist Carl Davis CBE and written by the celebrated children’s author Hiawyn Oram. Introduced by Natasha Kaplinsky.

The event is organized by the Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) and takes place in London.

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Kindertransport Book Launch

NOVEMBER 9, 2014 2PM

A Tribute to the Children of the Kindertransport
By Michele M. Gold • Artwork by Gabriella Y. Karin

Memories That Won’t Go Away tells the story of hundreds of the kinder.

The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust 100 S. The Grove Drive • Los Angeles, CA 90036

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