December 1938

December 1938  -  Kindertransport 

Jewish parents made the  difficult decision to send their children      outside of Nazi occupied territories.  Many of these children never saw their parents again.  These transports were called Kindertransports and many were destined for England. 

"At the time I thought it was quite an exciting adventure. I said "goodbye" to my mother, "see you soon".  Who could tell what was going to happen?" - Inga Joseph interviewed in 2008 with BBC.



               Photo courtesy of: Bibliotheque Historique de la Ville de Paris via USHMM photo archives