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The Irish Priest Who Saved Thousands
Hugh O’Flaherty was an Irish Catholic priest and the leader of an anti-Nazi resistance group in Rome. He saved 6500 Jews and Allied soldiers, and his ability to outsmart the Gestapo earned him the nickname “The Scarlet Pimpernel of the …
The Priest Who Stood Up to Hitler
He knew it would cost him his life.
The Black Holocaust Educator
He bore witness to evil.
The Nazi’s Daughter
Albert Speer’s daughter created a foundation to support Jewish women in the arts.
Father of the Jews
He took his campaign to save Jews directly to the Pope
The Muslim Diplomat Who Saved Jews
Behiç Erkin was Turkish ambassador to occupied France.
Père (Father) Jacques was a Carmelite priest who took in Jewish refugees during the Holocaust and became a leader of the French Resistance, at the cost of his own life.
The Man Who Escaped From Auschwitz
Witold Pilecki was a Polish Resistance fighter who smuggled himself into Auschwitz to verify and report on the atrocities happening there.
The Ringmaster Who Saved Jews
Adolf and Maria Althoff were German circus owners who put their own lives at risk to save a family of Jewish acrobats during the Holocaust.
The Christian Who Saved Jewish Children
Premysl Pitter was a Czech Christian who cared for hundreds of orphaned Jewish children during and after the Holocaust.
The Filipina Fighting For The Jewish State
Staff Sgt. Joana Arpon, 20, is a proud combat soldier serving in the Israeli Defense Force. Unlike her comrades in the IDF, she isn’t an Israeli citizen or Jewish. So why did she volunteer to serve?