Survivors of Lost Transport back in Tröbitz, Germany 1995
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In the eyes of the Germans they were Jews of value, because they could be exchanged. But when the Third Reich collapsed they were put on transport with destination unknown. Fifty years later a group of two-hundred survivors and their family made the journey again. Report of a participant:
‘The more I got involved, they more I understood why my father could not talk about this nightmare.’

Published in HP/De Tijd 5-5-1995