<p>A transport of 200 Jewish children, fleeing postwar antisemitic violence in Poland, arrives at the Prague railroad station. The children are on their way to <a href="/narrative/6365">displaced persons</a> camps in the American-occupied zone of Germany. Prague, Czechoslovakia, July 15, 1946.</p>

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The European rail network played a crucial role in the implementation of the "Final Solution."

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