A group of Holocaust survivors and their families gather in Prague’s Old Town Square to recreate a photo that was taken in 1945, when the survivors had just been liberated from Nazi concentration camps.
The survivors were part of a group of children flown to the UK to start new lives after World War Two. Unlike the Kindertransport – which rescued thousands of children in the early years of the war – this group had been though the concentration camps and survived against all odds.
BBC reporter Hannah Gelbart, a granddaughter of one of the survivors, tells the story of the orphaned children who had everything taken from them, and re-built their lives together.
Reporter and editor: Hannah Gelbart
Filmed by Jemma Cox
Produced by Annie Duncanson
Holocaust survivors: The families that weren’t meant to live