In Reverend Warmenhoven's travel report it is clear that in the 1940s and 1945 there were four major church branches, denominations, that did not work together much. The children who were Roman Catholic did not know the children - from the same village if they were Reformed or Liberated and vice versa. They did not play together and went to separate schools. This applied[...]
In December 1944, the Interdenominational Emergency Food Service (IKB) was established. It soon became apparent that it was necessary to rescue children from the famine in the large cities in the west of the country and transport them to the east and north, where there still was food to be had.
Reverend Warmenhoven is the leader of the children's transport. Not only does he have to protect them, he also has to make sure they are put in suitable families.