Advocates and Allies

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Out of the Ghetto

A Christian Polish couple rescued a Jewish infant from the Warsaw Ghetto during the Holocaust, raising her as their own and keeping her safe until the end of the war.

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The Girl with Black Hair

When a young girl appeared in a Ukrainian village during the Holocaust, one Christian family took her in and saved her life.

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The Greatest Race of His Life

A champion Italian cyclist before and after World War II, Gino Bartali helped deliver information for the resistance and supported networks that helped hide and shelter Jews from the Nazis.

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The Jerusalem of Volhynia

In a region of Eastern Europe which was a center of Jewish faith in Ukraine, two Christian families risked their lives to save Jewish neighbors during the Holocaust.

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A Fishing Boat to Freedom

Henry and Ellen Thomsen were members of the Danish resistance who saved Jews during the Holocaust by ferrying them to Sweden, acts which cost Henry his life.

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Raoul Wallenberg’s 106th Birthday

This month would have marked the 106th birthday of the Swedish hero who saved tens of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust before disappearing. May his memory be a blessing.

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‘I Am Going to Save You’

Albin Tyll was a Polish Christian who saved the lives of three Jewish girls during the Holocaust, providing for them and disguising them as family in order to protect them from the Nazis.

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‘God Sent You to Me’

Baptist pastor Konon Kalyuta and his wife Anna inspired their Ukrainian congregation to save the lives of Jews during the Holocaust.

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‘What Kind of Christians Would We Be?’

Father Aleksey Glagolev was a Russian Orthodox priest who was long a friend of Jewish people, and who saved Jews from the Nazis during the Holocaust.

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A Note to a Christian Family

Two Baptists in Ukraine saved the lives of three Jews during the Holocaust after they received a note one night on their farm.

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Friend of the Jews

A Christian psychiatrist who was sent to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, Dr. Adelaide Hautval cared for a treated the Jewish prisoners housed with her there.

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The Best Present

A former Czech soccer star, Martin Uher risked his life to hide a Jewish family, as well as other Jews, during the Holocaust, eventually marrying a woman whose life he saved.

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Invisible Heroes of the Resistance

Hans and Lisa Fittko were a European couple (he a Gentile, she a Jew) whose brave actions during WWII saved many from death at the hands of the Nazis.

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‘All I Did Was Help’

As a teenager in Poland during World War II, Julian Bilecki rescued 23 Jews who were among the few survivors of the Nazis' extermination of the Podhacje Ghetto.

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‘I Saw the Sky’

Two Righteous Gentiles saved two young Jewish children during the Holocaust, and the boy would grow up to be an aviation hero of the Jewish state.

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‘Four Times We Albanians Opened Our Doors’

Muslim brothers from Albania were honored as Righteous Among the Nations for sheltering Jews during the Holocaust.

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To the Other Side

Pierre Piton escaped a childhood of violent abuse and during the Holocaust aided Jewish families in their own escape from the Nazis.

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A Nanny of Valor

A nanny from Belarus, Antonina Gordey sheltered a young Jewish girl throughout the Holocaust, until the child could be reunited with her parents at war's end.

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‘Do You Think You’re Scaring Me?’

Jacques Muron, a WWI veteran, and his wife Antonia were a French farming couple who sheltered a Jewish couple during the Holocaust, saving their lives.

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The Game of His Life

Tadeusz Gebethner was a Polish soccer player who, during the Holocaust, considered saving Jews his obligation, and who died from wounds suffered while fighting the Nazis during the Warsaw Uprising.

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A Church Musician and a Righteous Gentile

Richard Golz was a pastor and church musician whose efforts to rescue Jews during the Holocaust landed him in a Nazi labor camp.

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