Sam Diament is on the left. The other two boys are unknown. Photo: Jeff Diament.
The boys were given bikes. They all remember this as an important event. Here they are in the countryside around Ascot. Benek Englard is the boy on the left. Do you recognise the others? Photo: Benek Englard.
First row from left to right: Unknown, Nathan Rolnik, Sam Diament, Martin Baumel. Second row: forth from the left is Stella Silver who worked at the hostel; Third from the right is Benek Englard; second from the right is Joe Stone. The other boys in the image are unknown. Please tell us if you recognise them! Photo: Benek Englard.
Jacob Fersztand is the small boy at the front. Can you identify the others? Photo: Jacob Fersztand.
Samual Diament is back row on the right. Joe Stone is seated on the left. Can you identify the other people in the picture? Photo: Jeff Diament.
Sam Diament stands between the two women in the second row. To his left is Stella Silver, who stands next to her husband Manny Silver who ran the Ascot hostel. The woman with the child is Mrs Hoenig who also worked at the hostel. Can you help identify the other people in the picture? Photo: Jeff Diament.
Jacob Fresztand is in the centre of the group. Can you identify the other boys? Photo: Jacob Fresztand.
Kloster Indersdorf DP children’s home near Dachau just after the Second World War. Photo: Kloster Indersdorf Museum.
This picture was taken in Prague on 9 August 1945. Benek Englard is on the left in the second row from the front. Do you recognise anyone else? Photo: Benek Englard.
In the third row are Charles and Muriel Montefiore of the Central British Fund on a visit to Ascot. Benek Englard is in the second row on the left. In the centre of the second row is Martin Baumel. Do you recognise the others? Photo: Benek Englard.
Benek Englard on one of the bikes given to the boys by a confectionary company in Reading. The bikes are remembered by all the Ascot boys and played a key part in their lives there. Photo: BeneK Englard.
Pinchas Gutter, London, July 2018. Photo: Rachel Judah.
Trsutee Elizabeth Yates and Irene Baldock, April 2018. Baldock’s mother worked at Woodcote House. Photo: Rachel Judah.
Woodcote House was demolished in the 1990s and is now a gated housing estate. Photo: Rachel Judah.