Nicholas Winton

'Every single child’s life is worth every single thing we can give.'
My father, Nicholas Winton, witnessed the appalling conditions children were enduring in the refugee camps in Czechoslovakia in 1939 and determined to give them the chance of a better, safer life by bringing them to Britain. Those who have travelled across Europe to Calais, to escape the life-threatening dangers of their home country, are hoping desperately to find the sanctuary their parents dared to believe Britain would once again offer.
The daughter of Sir Nicholas Winton - who was hailed “Britain’s Schindler” after saving hundreds of children from Nazi tyranny
A petition for the Royal Mail to issue a stamp in honour of Sir Nicholas Winton has succeeded after receiving over 105,000
A petition for the Royal Mail to issue a stamp in honour of Sir Nicholas Winton has reached over 80,000 signatures. Winton
Sir Nicholas Winton, a British man who almost single-handedly rescued more than 650 children from the Nazi concentrations