KINDERTRANSPORT IN THE NEWS (2015)

 

Memorabilia belonging to Inge Joseph on display at the Kindertransport museum in Vienna.. (photo credit:RONEN ZVULUN / REUTERS,RONI GORDON,ROOM NO. 4)

Memorabilia belonging to Inge Joseph on display at the Kindertransport museum in Vienna.. (photo credit:RONEN ZVULUN / REUTERS,RONI GORDON,ROOM NO. 4)


The Für Das Kind’ Kindertransport exhibition finds home in Vienna

After a decade traveling the world, the ‘Für Das Kind’ Kindertransport exhibition finds a permanent home in Vienna.

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KIndertransport Museum opens in Vienna

A Kindertransport Museum has recently opened in Vienna:

FÜR DAS KIND Memorial Museum, 1030 Vienna, Radetzkystraße 5/Pfefferhofgasse 5

“Für das Kind” is dedicated to all who helped ten thousand – mostly Jewish - children in Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia and Poland to escape and to survive the Nazi machinery of death between 1938 and 1939.

Visits must be arranged in advance.

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Kindertransport Reunion, London June 20-21, 1989

KTA member Olga Drucker writes about the very first Kindertransport Reunion:

"We came alone. We were as young as 4 months, as old as 17 years. Most were never to see their parents again. I was one of the luckier ones. After 6 years in England, I was reunited with my parents in New York.

In 1989, I attended the 50-year Reunion of Kindertransport (Children’s Transport)held in London, England. It was the brainchild of one woman, Bertha Leverton, herself a Kind from Munich...."

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