London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SIR NICOLAS WINTON LOOKS THROUGH AN EXHIBIT AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM IN NORTH LONDON.
Sir Nicolas Winton looks through a gauze material with a butterfly depiction on it, at the Jewish Museum, north London, March 24, 2004. The 94-year-old former stockbroker, dubbed Britain's Schindler, whisked some 700 Czech children away from almost certain death at the hands of Germany's Nazis in 1939. The butterfly forms part of Winton's exhibition of artworks created by the children who were imprisoned in the Theresienstadt concentration camp. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/MD/WS