Sir Nicholas Winton, who saved hundreds from the Nazis, has died aged 106. He was working as a stockbroker when he arranged trains to carry Jewish children from occupied Prague and eventually on to Britain. In all, he organised the rescue of 669 children destined for Nazi concentration camps. Nick Higham looks back at his life.
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