Germany

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A Bridge Builder and Persecuted Pastor

Hermann Maas was a German minister who was an advocate not only of Zionism, but for the Jewish people during the Holocaust, many of whom he saved from the Nazis.

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Photo Friday: It Was Winter

During World War I, many of Germany's soldiers were Jewish, as seen in this photo from Hanukkah, 1916.

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From Germany to Israel with Love

Every year, a painter named Roland travels to Israel to show Holocaust survivors that "Germans are not the same people they were 70 years ago."

Fellowship Blog

‘I Loved Justice and Hated Injustice’

Armin T. Wegner was the only writer in Nazi Germany who publicly raised his voice against the persecution of the Jewish people during the Holocaust.

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German Synagogue Shooter Thwarted By Recently Upgraded Security Door

Learn how you can help us in our current efforts to secure the world’s synagogues.

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The Untold Story of Japan’s Schindler

Willy Foerster was a German factory owner in WWII Japan who saved fleeing Jews. After the war, he was framed by the Nazis, and his story has been little-known until recently.

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