Beginning in 1942 and continuing to the end of the war, a special train ran through a tiny village in the quaint countryside of Nazi occupied Holland. The train ran every Tuesday. That train held 1000 Jews destined for the Nazi German concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz.
Bert Dorenbos was a small boy who watched the train come by. It is his personal testimony that makes this video so effective.
Today Bert is one of the leading pro-life voices throughout the EU. As the head of Holland's prolife movement, he shares what these trains meant to him and how he was motivated to address the "Holocaust" of our day.