History

Shlomo Hillel (1985)

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Shlomo Hillel – Olim, Aliyah Hero, Speaker of the Knesset

An olim (immigrant) to Israel himself, Shlomo Hillel passed away at age 97 after serving as the Speaker of the Knesset and saving 120,000 members of Iraq's Jewish community through aliyah.

Dr. Tina Strobos (left)

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Dr. Tina Strobos – I Believe in Heroism

Dr. Tina Strobos was a Dutch physician who was named a Righteous Gentile for her heroic work during the Holocaust.

Elisabeth Abegg and her students

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A Righteous Christian Schoolteacher

A German Christian and schoolteacher, Elisabeth Abegg joined the Resistance against the Nazis and rescued at least 80 Jews from certain death.

Abba Eban and David Ben-Gurion present President Harry Truman with a menorah

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A Father of the Modern State of Israel

An Israeli diplomat, politician, and scholar, Abba Eban served the Jewish state from before it won its independence and for decades afterward.

David and Goliath

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Goliath of Gath

Gath was a city in the Holy Land from which Goliath, the Philistine giant defeated by David, came.

Old photo of Holocaust victim Father Jacques de Jesus, sitting and smiling in tattered priest robes

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‘An Example Worth Far More Than All the Teaching I Could Give’

Father Jacques was a French priest and teacher who used his school to shelter Jews from the Nazis, and who ultimately paid the ultimate price.

David and Goliath

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Where David Fought Goliath

Azekah, a hill in the Holy Land, overlooks the very valley where David and Goliath fought their famous biblical battle.

Entrance to Auschwitz, where Lorenzo Perrone saved Primo Levi

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Righteous Bricklayer at Auschwitz-Birkenau

An Italian bricklayer forced to work at Auschwitz, Lorenzo Perrone saved the life of Primo Levi, the Jewish chemist, writer, and Holocaust survivor.

Samuel Willenberg, survivor of Treblinka

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Treblinka’s Last Witness

Samuel Willenberg was a Holocaust survivor who was the last remaining witness to the 1943 revolt at the Treblinka death camp, as well as an Israeli artist, sculptor, and writer.

Tadeusz Pankiewicz, pharmacist in Krakow Ghetto, 1941

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The Pharmacist of the Krakow Ghetto

Tadeusz Pankiewicz was named Righteous Among the Nations for his work as the pharmacist in Krakow's Ghetto who helped save Jews during the Holocaust.

Archaeology - Machaerus and Dead Sea

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10 Holy Land Digs

In the Holy Land, there's history wherever you step - biblical history. Here are ten archaeological sites straight from the Bible that we'll be visiting together.

Hermann Graebe, who saved Jews and whose testimony was heard at Nuremberg trials

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Testimony of the Holocaust from a Righteous Gentile

A German engineer who was witness to atrocities during the Holocaust, Hermann Graebe saved Jewish lives and his testimony helped bring Nazis to justice.

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