In 1939 British stockbroker Sir Nicholas George Winton played a major role in the Czech Kindertransport, a refugee children movement that found homes for Jewish children separated from their families by Nazis. In total Winton rescued 669 children and kept the operation secret until his wife found a detailed scrapbook that listed every child Winton saved, their parent’s names and the families that took them in. In 1988 BBC program ‘That’s Life’ shared Winton’s story with the world, over 30 audience members surprise Winton during the show. The surprise brings tears to Winton and just might bring tears to you as well.
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