Advocates and Allies

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An Easter Miracle

Hanning Schroeder, a renowned German musician and a Christian married to a Jewish woman, sheltered a Jewish couple from the Nazis on Easter of 1944.

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They Called Her Grandma

The story of a Ukrainian mother who took in a sick Jewish woman and sheltered her from the Nazis despite the danger it posed to her own family.

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The Hero Captain of Entebbe

Israelis remember Michel Bacos, the French pilot of the 1976 flight hijacked and taken to Entebbe, who refused to be released and stayed with the Israeli hostages.

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Saving a Child from the Nazis’ ‘Children’s Aktion’

Bronislava Kristopaviciene was a nurse who sheltered and saved a small Jewish girl who was to be murdered during the Holocaust.

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‘They Gave Me the Gift of Life’

Joseph and Marie Andries were a Christian couple from Belgium who sheltered and saved two Jewish children during the Holocaust.

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The Nurse Who Hid Hundreds of Pregnant Women from the Nazis

A new movie looks at the life of Elisabeth Eizenbenz, a Swiss nurse who saved hundreds of Jewish women and children during the Holocaust.

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‘My Role as a Doctor’

Dr. Joseph Jaksy was a Gentile doctor in Slovakia who, during the Holocaust, not only saved his Jewish wife, but also saved the lives of countless Jewish patients who faced death at the hands of the Nazis.

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Best Friends for Life

How a Christian mother saved the lives of her Jewish best friend's children as the Holocaust swept through Ukraine.

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The Good Shepherd

Thanks to the work of Lutheran minister Dr. Gabor Sztehlo, 1,500 Jewish children (and 500 Jewish adults) were saved as the Nazis brought the Holocaust to Hungary.

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Uncle Tibor, a Holocaust Hero

This Righteous Gentile who recently passed away saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust, but the author came to know him in a deeply personal way.

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The Help of a Nazi Cop

Rudolf Peschel, a German police officer stationed in Warsaw during the Holocaust, used his position to save the lives of Jews who the Nazis intended to murder.

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Signed with Three Crosses

Karolina Juszczykowska was a simple Christian woman from Poland whose actions saving two Jews during the Holocaust cost her her life.

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Simple Electrician Saves 300 Jews

Often referred to as "Austria's Schindler," Anton Schmid was a Christian electrician who saved 300 Jews during the Holocaust before he was executed for his actions.

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Rescue at the Circus

Famed German circus impresario Adolf Althoff risked his business — and his life — by sheltering a Jewish girl and her family during the Holocaust.

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A Home for Those Orphaned by the Holocaust

Gabriel and Marie-Louis Lanoux were a French couple who cared for and sheltered five Jewish orphans during the Holocaust, saving the precious children's lives.

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‘He Was Going to Take Care of Me’

Jozef Szczur was a Polish Christian who lost his Jewish wife during the Holocaust, but met and saved another Jewish woman, who would become his wife and move with him to the Holy Land.

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Life on the Farm

Farmers near Belgrade during World War II, Radovan and Rosa Djonovic picked fruit, pastured cows, and saved the life of a Jew on the run from the Nazis.

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How a Nurse and a Cop Rescued Jewish Children

Suzanne and Olivier Guelat not only saved the lives of a Jewish mother and her baby, but also sheltered other Jews, Resistance members, and American POWs from the Nazis.

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The Rescue of Israel’s Future Chief Justice

Two simple Lithuanian farming families saved a number of Jews during the Holocaust, including Aharon Barak, who would grow up to become Israel's Chief Justice.

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Deliverance in a Dog Kennel

Dutch dog breeders and farmers near the German border, Hendrik and Margarete Pouw used their kennels to hide Jews from the Nazis during the Holocaust.

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‘Christianity Has Dominated and Oriented My Entire Life’

Marie-Rose Gineste not only delivered — on her bicycle — a pro-Jewish and anti-Nazi letter to French churches, but also sheltered and saved many Jews during the Holocaust

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