In 1938 around 10,000 children, mostly Jewish, were sent, without their parents, out of Austria, Germany, Poland and Czechoslovakia to Britain. This traumatic rescue and forced separation from their parents became known as Kindertransport. We find out from Isi Metzstein and Henry Wuga what it felt like to be a Jewish child in 1930's Germany and how they coped with moving to Scotland, without their parents.