The image of three little girls playing with a doll has, for decades, stared out from behind museum cabinets, their identities unknown.
Now, the mystery of who the three people in the black-and-white photograph are has finally been solved after 84 years.
The image, known for years as “three little girls”, is of three young Jewish girls fleeing Nazi Germany. It was taken at London’s Liverpool Street station and became a representative image of the mass evacuation of Jewish children from Hitler’s Germany via the Kindertransport in 1939.
The photograph comprises two sisters and another little girl holding a doll, however, they were all too young to remember each other.