Re: Kindertransport #austria-czech


Carlos Glikson
 

Udi Cain wishes to do well deserved justice to a recently deceased friend,
saved by his parents by sending him on a Kindertransport to the U.K. before
WW II . Udi mentions his friend's late brother became a psychiatrist in USA.

Perhaps Udi may find out more visiting
http://www.kindertransport.org/
and exploring for contact possibilities there.

It is the home page of the Kindertransport Association (KTA), an
organization of child holocaust survivors sent without their parents, from
Austria, Germany, Poland and Czechoslovakia to Great Britain. I reached
this page after seeing "Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the
Kindertransport", an Academy Award documentary screened at one of our
Argentine JG Association meetings last year, narrating these incredible
histories of love and separation, and also the meetings they were able to
hold many years after the war.

Point 1 of the Mission Statement of the KTA aims to locate, reunite, and
bring together those individuals who, many years ago, were directly
involved in the "Kindertransport", and who have since immigrated to North
America.

The site mentions several chapters in the US and under affiliated
organizations, for Jerusalem, Israel:

Reunion of Kindertransports (RoK) 263-4978
Inge Sadan
12A KKL Street, Jerusalem
phone: 662-1721

Hope this helps,

Carlos Glikson
Buenos Aires, Argentina

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