K is for Kindertransport
Over the years, my aunt has returned to Teschenmoschel, the village where she was born. On her first visit after the war, she found her former neighbours living in her house, still using their family cutlery stamped with M, being the initial of the family. Did the villagers never question what had happened to their neighbours?
Relatively recently she has corresponded and met up with a couple of old school friends, one of whom sent her a 2013 calendar of the regions showing the Jewish cemetery which still remains in the village, albeit with a picnic table alongside.
Unfortunately, massacres are still occurring in many parts of the world today.