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Vallentine Mitchell, London - ISBN:0853034257, 2002. Softcover, 9" x 5¾. Press clipping from London Telegraph mounted inside front cover about "Britain's Schindler". Book in VERY GOOD condition. Thirty-eight b&w photographs. A holidaying Briton, shocked by the plight of thousands of Czech citizens desperate to flee German occupation in 1938, arranges for 669 children, mostly Jewish, to leave Prague by train in the last days before the borders were closed. Nicholas Winton's remarkarble story is told in this book - Britain's 'Oscar Schindler'. Meet the man, meet the children, and their children. A moving story.