As Hanna fled Nazis, mum urged: ‘Don’t weep for me’

Posted on September 7, 2009

Winton re-enactment train arrives in Harwich.

Hanna Slome was 14 when she was put on a train from Prague to Harwich in May, 1939. Little did she know it would be the last time she saw her mother’s face. She is one of 20 from Winton‘s trains who joined more than 100 descendants to retrace the journey on Friday, marking 70 years since the historic event.

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