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Video of Concentration Camp Survivors Reuniting With Their Rescuer Is Incredibly Moving [VIDEO]

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This video was posted on YouTube five years ago, but it’s gaining views by the second at this writing and I’m just now discovering it thanks to a tip from WBKR’s General Sales Manager Traci Davis. Man, what a video!

One of the darkest periods of human history occurred during the period just prior to World War II with the imprisonment, torture, and murder of Jewish people in concentration camps.

Just before the war, there were 669 children who were scheduled to be sent to the death camps who were rescued by a man named Sir Nicholas Winton, who managed to transport them to England.

This video was taken as the children–now adults–are reunited with Winton.

Extraordinary stuff:

 

 

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