The diary written by Anne Frank is famous around the world as an eye witness account which gives an insight into the persecution faced by Jewish people under the Nazi regime.
Renie Inow was 10 years old when she travelled alone on the Kindertransport in 1939, leaving her parents behind in Germany. She continued to receive letters from them until 1939. Renie still has these letters, and some of them are shared here.
One aspect of the theme for HMD 2017 - How can life go on? - was teaching about living, ensuring that we know about the lives of those who were persecuted and ensuring that their culture lives on. Our video tutorial teaches you a traditional Rwandan dance and you might want to use this as an activity for any age group.
Susanne Kenton is a Kindertransport refugee. Born Susanne Flanter in Berlin, where she spent the first 13 years of her life, Susanne was driven to flee her country of birth by the rise of Nazism and the horrors of Kristallnacht.