Tag Archives: Kindertransport

the blood donor

Here’s a story with a good and easy ending (easy to tell), but I haven’t worked out how to tell the middle. I went to give blood a few years ago, at the anonymous, cosmopolitan donor centre in the West … Continue reading

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photos of the Kindertransport memorial

This gallery contains 17 photos.

the little girl with the cautionary tales of Struwelpeter the girl almost hidden the girl abused inside and outside the glassthe girl with a strangerFA girl and new threat to SvenHeidiAttention Smokers!    the new childrensame old rubbish posing

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on the Kindertransport memorial at Liverpool Street station

At various times over the last eight years I’ve written notes on and taken photos of the memorial at Liverpool Street to the 10,000 about to be orphaned Jewish children who came here from Germany and Austria in 1938. In … Continue reading

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