This book documents the life and times of a quite remarkable yet unsung hero of the Pre War Months and his work in recuing 667 children from the Nazi conquest in Czechoslovakia. The 2 authors, the first covering his Grandparents to the eve of the fateful trip to Prague in December 1938, the second author covering the transports from Czechoslovakia to the UK. It is moving, from tears of sorrow for the departure of the children fron their loving homes, on a journey into the unknown,to his discovery and the reunion of some of 'his Children', to the accolades that have justly been bestowed upon him in his retirement. It is an insiration for all! A Very, Very good read.
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