Nicholas Winton, regarded as Britain’s Schindler, was a young stockbroker in 1938 when he masterminded an operation to rescue 669 children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia. His daughter Barbara Winton shares with Philippe Sands the motivations that led her father to undertake such a dangerous quest and the difference that even one person can make to combat the forces of evil.
In association with the Second Generation Network
In a last-minute change to the advertised event, Philippe Sands discusses his book East West Street and the images that were significant in its writing.
In association with Index on Censorship.