Elisabeth Schiemann was a genetic scientist, botanist, and Christian in Germany during World War II who not only spoke out against the Nazis, but helped Jews escape them, as well.
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Dimitar Peshev was the Vice President of Bulgaria's Parliament during the Holocaust, and his actions saved 48,000 Jews from certain death.
The Yanus and Kaminski families of Poland saved a Jewish family from certain death at the hands of the Nazis.
Six-year-old Dita Gerlitz was handed over to Christian Poles by her Jewish parents, who were sent to death camps by the Nazis. Their story is one of miracles.
Hannie Schaft was a Dutch resistance fighter during World War II whose actions ranged from providing stolen ID cards for Jews to acts of sabotage against the Nazis.