Disclaimer: notes transcribed as is, no editing has been made so as to preserve my original feelings as I read the chapter.
Part 8, Goodbyes; Chapter 11, Jurgen Warmbrunn.
I was in the “Kindertransport,” the last chance to get Jewish children out of Germany. That was the last time I saw any of my family alive.
I can understand why he was a part of this task force, as a German Jew he would want to save as many of his people as possible, but why only Jewish children?
Colour me stupid if you wish, but given the circumstances, wouldn’t it be more advantageous to save as many children as possible? regardless of their creed, nationality or shoe size?
But then, maybe that’s just me.
It’s interesting to read about his comparisons between WWZ survivors and those who survived the Holocaust of WWII.
I’ve heard it said that the Holocaust has no survivors, that even those who managed to remain technically alive were so irreparably damaged…
All things considered, the survivors of WWZ had the easier deal compared to the few Holocaust survivors.
Zombies don’t care whom they eat. They are completely unprejudiced.
Can’t say the same for the Nazi SS though. Continue reading this post