He saved 669 Kids from Nazi Death camps, see his reaction when he meets them after all these years

Sir Nicholas Winton, a British humanitarian, organised a rescue of 669 children (mostly Jewish Czechoslovakian children) in an operation known as the Czech Kindertransport, who were destined to be sent to the Nazi death camps before World War II. All those children were saved and are alive today, thanks to Sir Nicholas and they all came together to pay him a tribute that made him cry when he realised he was surrounded with people he saved ages ago.