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In 2009 Emily Vorland went to Iraq with the Army for a year, hoping it would lead to a career in special operations. That dream was derailed not by the enemy, but by a superior officer, who started sexually harassing her.

"I said no and then reported it. And my direct chain of command relieved him of his position. However, it was three months later when the retaliation started," she says.

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Nicholas Winton is often referred to as "Britain's Schindler."

He was a young British stockbroker, when in December 1938, he cancelled a trip to go skiing in Switzerland, and instead went to visit a friend in Prague, who was helping refugees fleeing from the Nazis.

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