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The British Oskar Schindler (Hardback)

The Life and Work of Nicholas Winton

P&S History > British History WWII

By Edward Abel Smith
Imprint: Pen & Sword History
Pages: 216
Illustrations: 32 black and white illustrations
ISBN: 9781399011488
Published: 2nd November 2023



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When Nicholas Winton cancelled his skiing holiday in favour of going to Prague to visit a friend, little did he know this decision would change the course of thousands of lives, including his own. As millions of Jewish families attempted to flee the growing clutches of the brutal Nazi war of terror, this twenty-nine-year-old stockbroker decided to act, pulling off one of the most remarkable rescue missions of the century. The British Oskar Schindler tells the story of this remarkable man’s life and those around him who helped him to achieve all he did.

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About Edward Abel Smith

Edward Abel Smith published his first book, Active Goodness, in 2017 through Kwill Publishing. The book followed the remarkable and relatively unknown true story of Doreen Warriner, Trevor Chadwick and Nicholas Winton’s quest to save over 7,000 political and Jewish refugees from the advancing Nazis in Prague. The profits from the book go to Young Roots, a refugee charity focused on supporting juvenile people in the United Kingdom.
Born in 1991, Edward lives in London with his wife and their puppy, Vesper.

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