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Hero of Synagogue Shooting
“I scared the hell out of him.”
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 Survivors’ Rabbi
A seder different from all other seders….
The Concentration Camp Comedian
He brought music and laughter to hell on earth.
The Priest Who Stood Up to Hitler
He knew it would cost him his life.
He Refused to Abandon His Passengers
He put his own life at risk rather than abandon his Jewish passengers.
The Lane Bryant Story
She was a penniless Lithuanian orphan who created an empire.
The Black Holocaust Educator
He bore witness to evil.
The Shalva Band
They touch hearts around the world – but won’t perform on Shabbat.
The Young Resistance Fighter
After losing his entire family, Frank refused to go down without a fight.
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