Sir Nicholas Winton - BBC Programme "That's Life" aired in 1988

Sir Nicholas Winton who organised the rescue and passage to Britain of about 669 mostly Jewish Czechoslovakian children destined for the Nazi death camps before World War II in an operation known as the Czech Kindertransport. This video is the BBC Programme "That's Life" aired in 1988.

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1. Ravez 3 years ago

That's so moving. Such genuine emotions and humbleness. I was nearly shedding man-tears. Every fraction of respect to this man.

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2. shayangx 3 years ago

Heartwarming :)

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3. dushan 3 years ago

...and yet again we can see the rise of nacism all over europe, like we didn't suffered enough...

i have nothing but respect for named and unnamed heroes like him and irena sendler ( )

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4. kevlar 3 years ago

If life is a " game " and the number one rule of the light side is to care for the others, then he beat the game.

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5. Jakester88 3 years ago

What a hero :)

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6. MrJaKoSe 3 years ago

Well after WW II germany was the only country which tried to clear up all the injustice done against the jews and other crimes done. I write this not to higlight germany but to note that this is pretty sad...

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8. MindTrick 3 years ago

He has probably wondered from time to time how it really went with these people... <3

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9. UofMichFan 3 years ago

As a WWII avid history buff who has studied not only what the Nazis did in depth but what these people went through I have nothing but the utmost respect for this man. I actually had to hold back the tears when I thought about what he must have felt.

#3 Never heard of her before. Thanks for link. She too was a hero.

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10. Comment rated too low. Show this comment jackDjohnson 3 years ago

That room has to smell like cream cheese and mothballs....geeeesh... >:)
yeah i know... go ahead and thumbs me down.. you know thats funny shit tho !! just to many sappy comments already...hehehe

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11. Cloe 3 years ago

#10 jack, you shouldbe hive fived the face, with a chair.

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12. Judge-Jake 3 years ago

#10 Yeah that is funny! about as funny as cancer of the eyes. offensive and immature. you're an idiot :(

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13. imagic 3 years ago

#10, i hope you will be in a situation that you need somebody one day, don't cry if no one will be there for you.

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14. LikMyNutz 2 years ago

#10 that is funny shit. to bad no one has a sense of humor any more.. #11, #12,#13 Lighten up for fuck sake..LIFE is not that SERIOUS,

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15. heyho 312 days ago