Six remarkable stories of survival from eyewitnesses of Nazi atrocities during World War 2, brought to life for a young audience through animation and a series of follow-on interviews to camera.
A six year old girl is violently separated from her parents during Nazi occupied Paris, and how she was kept in hiding throughout the war working in an isolated rural farm.
A fourteen year old boy survives Auschwitz-Birkenau. He describes the choices he made which enabled him to survive, the cramped and squalid living conditions, the cruelty of the guards and the constant battle again hunger and disease. Most of the town where Arek grew up in were killed by the Nazis, including 81 members of his family.
Story of a young Jewish girl who witnesses the Nazi Occupation of Bratislava Czechoslovakia, escapes to Britain on the Kindertransport, her struggle to settle living in Britain and her ongoing search for information about what happened to her parents. =
An eight year old boy is expelled from Germany to Poland in the middle of the night in the so called "Polkenation". He escapes to England on the Kindertransport, only to experience the worst of the Blitz in Coventry.
A five year old girl's escape over the mountains from East Germany into Czechoslovakia, and her mother's determined efforts to keep the family together. They escape from Prague across Europe, thanks to the bravery of a woman from the British Embassy, arriving in England just as war was declared.
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