The toddler climbed off the bench, waddling toward the edge of the station platform just as the Passau bound train rounded the last curve. Occupied with the ticket agent his mother didn't notice.
Beside the stationhouse playing with a dreidel, eight-year-old Anne looked up. She saw the toddler and the approaching train in the same instant. The girl dropped her toy and ran to the tiny boy. His mother screamed while Anne pulled the child from the threshold.
Moments later a grateful mother smiled down, "Thank you child. I am Frau Hitler, and this is little Adolf."
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