Nicholas Winton: Righteous Gentile

Nicholas Winton, rescuer of children during the Holocaust, has died at 106. To Jews he was known as the British Schindler.

He was credited with saving, through his personal initiative, the lives of at least 669 boys and girls. For decades after the war, he kept his work secret.”

He regretted FDR’s refusal to help: ““If America had only agreed to take them, too, I could have saved at least 2,000 more.”

But, in addition to being an anti-Semite, Roosevelt was a wartime admirer of “Uncle” Joe Stalin whose hatred for Zionists was second only to his hatred for the Nazis.

Via Instapundit. Others, including Schindler, are remembered here.

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