He Saved 669 Children During the Holocaust… And He Doesn’t Know They’re Sitting Next to Him.

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He Saved 669 Children During the Holocaust… And He Doesn’t Know They’re Sitting Next to Him.

On the eve of the World War 2, Sir Nicholas Winton rescued and found homes for 669 Jewish children destined for a Nazi death camp. After the war, his efforts remained unknown — until his wife found a scrapbook with a complete list of names with photos of the children he saved. 50 years later, he got the surprise of his life…






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