Britain's Schindler

A first-person account of how Nicholas Winton saved 669 children from the Nazis

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Britain's Schindler : A first-person account of how Nicholas Winton saved 669 children from the Nazis

An account of one of the historic train journeys arranged by Nicolas Winton, known as the 'Czech Kindertransport' which rescued over 600 children from Prague in July 1939.
Holocaust, Holocaust Survivors

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