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  • The Heroic Nanny

    Antonina Gordey was a Russian nanny who saved a little Jewish girl by pretending she was her own illegitimate child.

  • A Woman Of Valor

    Recha Sternbuch was an Orthodox Jewish woman in Switzerland who saved thousands of Jews from the Nazis.

  • Père Jacques

    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.

  • Built A First Class Orchestra To Save 1,000 Jews

    Bronislaw Huberman was a violin prodigy who saved thousands of European Jews by creating an “Orchestra of Exiles.”

  • The Dancer Who Went Down Fighting

    Franceska Mann was a Jewish ballet dancer who was deported to Auschwitz and led an ill-fated rebellion on her way to the gas chambers.

  • Two Students Wiser Than Their Teachers

    Jordan April and Archer Shurtliff are high school students in Oswego, NY who took a brave stand against injustice despite the stunning moral failure of the adults tasked with educating them.

  • The Princess Spy

    Noor Inayat Khan was an Indian princess, devout Muslim, and Allied spy who sacrificed her life to fight the Nazi war machine.

  • The College Student Who Stood Against Hitler

    Sophie Scholl was a German college student and political activist who bravely fought the Nazi propaganda machine at the cost of her young life.

  • An Arab Holocaust Hero

    Dr. Mohamed Helmy was an Egyptian urologist in Berlin who saved a Jewish family during the Holocaust despite great risk to himself.

  • The Lutheran Pastor Who Fought Hitler

    Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a Lutheran pastor in Nazi Germany whose opposition to Hitler cost him his life.

  • The Amazing Story Of Shmuel The Glazier

    “Shmuel the Glazier was from somewhere in Poland and came to the [camp] after they’d taken his entire family. No illusions. Lasted about four weeks in Quarantine. Winter was coming on, but he was pretty sure he needn’t worry about it. He gave himself about ten days [to live]. One can usually tell, just from the signs.”

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