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Kindertransport: Real stories inspires stage version

9 November 2013 Last updated at 11:40 GMT

During World War II thousands of children, most of whom were Jewish, had to leave their parents and travel to the UK to escape persecution.

Survivors - like Ursula Rosenfield - were kept safe by the kindertransport mission.

Now railway stations across Britain will be the setting for a theatre production telling their story.

Executive producer of Suitcase, Jane Merkin, spoke to BBC about her new show.

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