Nicholas Winton's Lottery of Life
The story of Sir Nicholas Winton is a remarkable symbol of human solidarity, self-sacrifice and courage, which radiates the belief that even during moments of absolute hopelessness; it is still possible to do some good. The 669 children from Central Europe Winton rescued from certain death are a living proof of "the power of good." Shortly before the outbreak of World War II, Nicholas Winton organized, under difficult conditions, transports of children from Prague to Britain, where they found safety and their second home.
Specifications of Nicholas Winton's Lottery of Life
|Edition||F First Edition|
|Publisher||American Friends of the Czech Republic|
|Number Of Pages||319|
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