This is the story of a little-known effort in Manila that saved more than a thousand German and Austrian Jews during the Holocaust.
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In the 19th century, Americans made discoveries in Israel that laid the groundwork for today's biblical archaeology.
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.