Featured in Righteous Gentile
Woman of Valor
She smuggled the child in a potato sack.
Auntie Truus, the Forgotten Rescuer
The childless woman who was mother to thousands.
Great Lady of the Resistance
She survived two concentration camps.
She Saved An Entire World
Forty people owe their lives to her.
Dutch Resistance Hero
She felt it was her duty as a Christian.
A Village of Heroes
All 117 inhabitants stepped up to save lives.
Ten Brave Belgians
Father Hubert refused to tell the Germans anything, even under brutal interrogation.
The Heroic Nanny
Antonina Gordey was a Russian nanny who saved a little Jewish girl by pretending she was her own illegitimate child.
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.
Killed For Giving A Condemned Woman A Sip Of Water
Annette Epaud was a French woman who managed a popular cafe in La Rochelle. After the Germans invaded France in 1940, Annette contributed to the Resistance Movement by giving free meals to resisters.