Rescue is not always what it seems. The "Kindertransport" is remembered as a great rescue operation, but it also came at a cost. Almost 10,000 Jewish children were rescued from Germany, Austria and other European countries after enduring escalating anti-Jewish Nazi policies. They entered Great Britain in the period between Kristallnacht and the start of WWII. However, they were forced to leave their parents and other family members behind. This webinar commemorates the 80th anniversary of the final transport that left Germany on September 1, 1939 and will discuss this unique operation, and how the children and their families coped with loss and adjusted to a new reality.