The generation of contemporary witnesses who have provided us with personal accounts of the Shoah is a generation that will inevitably disappear in the future. Who will continue to share the stories, the accounts of experiences, the horror and the truth when the people who have witnessed will no longer be among us? Fabian Eder tackles these questions by sharing conversations between contemporary witnesses and their descendants. These conversations take place in train compartments, not only referring to the medium of transportation during the Shoah, but also symbolising the continuity and motion of passing on memories from one generation to another. Especially during a time when conspiracy theories and fake news spread like wildfires, historical revisionism renders a challenge. An important historical account.