Exposition: The setting is his bedroom in London to Prague. The year is 1939. The main character is Nicholas Winton. He is packing for a skiing trip but he is being called. He was being called on the basis that there was a job for him to work on in Prague.
Climax: Nicholas sneaks some of the children out of the ghetto. He has made a deal with the parents. If they give him their child, he can take them to safety. He planned to take them to Britain.
Rising action: Nicholas has arrived in Prague and has met his friend Martin Blake. Martin was the one who had called him and was excited to see him. He told Nicholas of the Jews in the ghettos. He told him that his friend could take him their.
Falling Action: Nicholas takes the kids to safety in his hotel room. While they ponder with what they will do he thinks about what he will do. He want's to send them to Britain by train. He decides to save more children.
Rising Action: Nicholas is horrified at seeing the jews in the ghettos. He is shocked to see the children in their as well. He swears to break them free. He goes back to the hotel to break them out during the night.
Resolution: Nicholas manages to get the children on the train to Britain. He decides to call his program, The Kindertransport. After sending his first wave to safety he thinks of aid. He has decided to expand this idea.