In the 19th century, Americans made discoveries in Israel that laid the groundwork for today's biblical archaeology.
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Rene and Marie Maussion were French millers with six children who rescued and sheltered a Jewish boy for three years, saving him from certain death at the hands of the Nazis.
Elisabeta (Nicopoi) Strul was a Romanian woman who saved many Jews during the Holocaust, including the man she would later marry and with whom she would make aliyah (immigrate to Israel).
Gerda Valentiner was a Danish teacher who not only joined the Resistance against the Nazis, but rescued numerous Jewish children from death, helping them reach safety.
Lorenzo Perrone was an Italian bricklayer who, while working at Auschwitz concentration camp, saved the life of Primo Levi, the Jewish chemist, writer, and Holocaust survivor.