Maria Fedecka was a Polish social worker and member of the anti-Nazi resistance in Poland whose actions saved countless Jewish children and families during the Holocaust.
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Constantin Karadja was a Romanian diplomat whose courageous actions during World War II saved more than 51,000 Jews from deportation and extermination at the hands of the Nazis.
The famous mystery writer also contributed to history by helping her husband on digs at the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud, known in the Bible as Calah.
During the Holocaust, Yekaterina Lipinskaya helped save the life of Henry Orenstein, a man who would go on to revolutionize how both children and adults enjoy life in our modern age.
Gertrud Luckner was a Christian social worker who devoted herself to saving Jews and fighting Nazism during World War II - for which she was imprisoned in a concentration camp - and building bridges between Christians and Jews once the war ended.