Sig Silber’s Great Adventure

Posted on August 12, 2013

Sig, bottom left, and Zilla Koppold were very young when they arrived in England. Dana Binke, left, was their guarantor, at left cousins Edith and Paula, also on the Kindertransport

You live in Leipzig. It is 1939. The world is imploding. It is exploding. Nothing is safe. Nothing makes sense. Because of your family connections, you have a chance to save your children. It would mean putting them on a train — yes, all of them, even the baby — and sending them far away. You will not be able to protect them once they arrive, and you might never see them again. You have very little time to make the decision. What do you do?

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