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The Kindertransport

Quakers in Britain

Stories of transportees

Quakers in Britain

Quakers mark Kindertransport anniversary

The Kindertransport Association

The Kindertransport Association (KTA) is a not-for-profit organization that unites these child Holocaust refugees and their descendants.

The KTA shares their stories, honors those who made the Kindertransport possible, and supports charitable work that aids children in need.


The Wikipedia Kindertransport site


Includes survivor stories

Association of Jewish Refugees

Serving holocaust survivors and refugees worldwide.  They have a kindertransport group

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Holocaust Encyclopedia,

Timeline Results for Kindertransport

Books About the Kindertransport

From the Holocaust Centre


I came alone’, the stories of the kindertransports

Bertha Leverton and Samuel Lowensohn.
Based on their 1988 reunion which led to reunions and families being reunited.

Person of No Nationality: A Story of Childhood Loss and Recovery

Ruth Barnett, 2010


The story of the Kindertransport

A Documentary Film Broadcast on British Television by Channel 4 Television

The film is narrated by Sir Richard Attenborough who hosted two children.

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Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport

Narrated by Judy Dench.  Won Oscar, 5 other wins and 4 nominations. 122mins

Memories from 11 kinder

My Knees Were Jumping; Remembering the Kindertransports

Documentary made by the mother of one of the children rescued from Vienna by the Kindertransport movement in January 1939

The Children Who Cheated the Nazis

One hour documentary broadcast on Channel 4 on September 28th 2000.  Includes a talk by Lord Richard Attenborough about the two Kindertransport children his family gave a home to.

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Britain’s Secret Schindler.  Kindertransport

Channel 5, 2011.  (Sir) Nicholas Winton and the rescue of 669 children  from Czechoslovakia on Kindertransport





Kindertransport: Britain's rescue plan

Podcast from Britains National Archives
Published date: Fri, 26 Feb 2010  52mins

The Wiener Library (Manchester) holds many personal accounts of children evacuated from Nazi Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia between December 1938 and September 1939. Using individual first-hand accounts sourced from The Wiener Library and documents held at The National Archives, this talk gives insights into how Britain dealt with the refugee children who arrived on the Kindertransports and the difficulties they faced.



Based on the character and experiences of "Kindertransport" children.