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A lifesaver for Jewish kids in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia
After visiting Prague in late 1938, a young British stockbroker named Nicholas Winton had an "intuition" about the fate of Jews in Czechoslovakia now that the country had come under Nazi occupation. So he began his own Kindertransport organization to rescue at risk Jewish children and send them to safety in England.
By Susan King
July 17, 2013