Cuckoo Clock New York - a heartbreaking story about the Kindertransport by Elisabeth Marrion

Cuckoo Clock New York - a heartbreaking story about the Kindertransport by Elisabeth Marrion
https://www.amazon.com/Cuckoo-Clock-New-York-Unbroken-ebook/dp/B01603WNC8

Kindertransport, Thousands of Jewish Children were leaving Germany to travel to England before the outbreak of World War II. What happened to the children without a new permanent or  foster home?

Follow up to 'Liverpool Connection: Annie's Story'

Kristallnacht 9 November 1938. Doctor Esther Rosenthal’s husband has just enough time to whisper to her before the SA pulls him out of the door and slams it shut behind him.

Esther has to leave Germany in a hurry and embarks on a journey taking her through Holland, England, and ultimately to the USA.

In Holland she meets a group of children from a Berlin orphanage, the first children to go to England on the Kindertransport. Together with her father Mordechai she joins them on their crossing and accompanies them to Harwich.
The Kindertransport comes to an abrupt end on the outbreak of World War II. What will happen to the children still in Harwich without a new permanent or foster home?

'Cuckoo Clock – New York: Esther’s Story', is the third book in the Unbroken Bonds series.

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