Vera Gissing: She Chronicled Her Holocaust Story and Nicholas Winton’s Rescue Mission in Books

From a Washington Post obit by Emily Langer headlined “Vera Gissing, saved from Holocaust in celebrated rescue mission, dies at 93”:

When Vera Gissing boarded the train that would deliver her out of Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War II, she was certain that she would be home, back in the arms of her family, within a year. That was what her parents had told her — what they, too, fervently hoped — as they readied Vera, 10, and her older sister, Eva, to journey alone to England.