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The 'Trains to Life' memorial stands outside Liverpool Street Station in London. It remembers the facts that 10,000 Jewish children were able to leave Berlin for England by train before the start of WWII. The sculpture was created by Israeli sculptor Frank Meisler, who was among those saved. A corre...

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The 'Trains to Life' memorial stands outside Liverpool Street Station in London. It remembers the facts that 10,000 Jewish children were able to leave Berlin for England by train before the start of WWII. The sculpture was created by Israeli sculptor Frank Meisler, who was among those saved. A corresponding memorial is located at Friedrichstrasse station in Berlin.

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17th Jan 2011 by Brendan Routledge

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Citizenship, Geography, History

Key Stages:
Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 4+

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berlin germany kindertransport children transport train camp nazi

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