May 19, 2019
Nicholas stood and watched as the children departed the train. There were only 20, but that was 20 children Adolf Hitler would not get. Seeing their faces only made him more determined to continue his efforts. Little did he know, his time was quickly running out.
The second of Rudolph and Barbara Wertheim’s three children, Nicholas was born on May 19, 1909. When the Jewish German couple moved to Hampstead, London, in 1907, they changed their name to Winton so as to better assimilate. Likewise, they baptized their children and raised them as Christians.
Rudolph’s success as a banker allowed the family to live well in a 20-room home. As young Nicholas grew, his father groomed him in the business. One of the first students at the exclusive Stowe School in Buckingham, Winton left early to begin working in several banks in Germany and France, where he learned both nation’s languages fluently. Winton returned to London as Hitler rose in power and began a career as a stock broker.
While preparing for a winter trip with his long-time friend Martin Blake, Winton received word the trip was off. Instead, Blake was heading to Prague and asked for Winton to join him. Two months prior, England's Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, signed the Munich Agreement, or Pact, on September 30, 1938. Declaring "peace in our time,” he tried to appease Hitler by giving him the German-speaking region of Czechoslovakia. (see The British Bulldog)
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