Holocaust

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My Father’s Actions

Among the many Jews who Johann Karl Nurnberger saved during the Holocaust was a baby boy named Peter, who Johann adopted and raised as his own son.

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The Holocaust Survivor Who Won 10 Olympic Medals

Agnes Keleti survived the Nazis, medaled ten times in gymnastics, made aliyah to the Holy Land, and at 98 is still feisty as ever.

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Forgotten Heroes: The Jewish Resistance and Exodus 1947

Learn the long-overlooked story of a major contribution to the creation of the modern state of Israel.

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‘Be Careful You Don’t Get Dirty’

Father Jacob Raile spent the Holocaust finding, hiding, feeding, and saving the lives of 150 Hungarian Jews.

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A Story of Faith in Action

During World War II, Andre and Magda Trocmé and the people of Le Chambon, France, lived out their faith even though doing so put their own lives at great risk.

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The Pianist’s Rescuer

The true story of a Christian German army officer who saved the life of Wladyslaw Szpilman, the Jewish musician portrayed in the film, The Pianist.

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Anne Frank Was Found in the Attic 75 Years Ago

On August 4, 1944, Anne Frank and her family and friends who had been hiding from the Nazis for two years were betrayed, discovered, and arrested.

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Letters from My Great-Grandmother

Inspired by his godly Bubbe Esther, a writer visits Ukraine, where she lived — and died — during the Holocaust.

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We Still Live in the Twilight Zone

Decades after the Holocaust, and after the classic TV show ended, Rod Serling's creation still speaks to this dark chapter in Jewish history.

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A Light in the Cellar

Robert Seduls was a Christian janitor in Latvia during WWII who hid Jews in the basement of the building where he worked, saving their lives and lifting their spirits.

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Those Who Sought Shelter in Our Country Deserve Better

The United States Senate has introduced bipartisan legislation to help with health care for the remaining Holocaust survivors living in America.

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Rescued Twice

On the 25th anniversary of a deadly anti-Semitic bombing in Argentina, remembering a precious piece of history that was saved then, as well as during the Holocaust.

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Oregon Enacts Law Requiring Public Schools to Teach Holocaust Education

Teachers at Oregon public schools will now be required to teach students about the Holocaust and other genocides after a bill was passed on Monday reports the Algemeiner.

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Rescuing a Childhood Friend

During the Holocaust, a Polish Christian woman saved the life of her Jewish friend, who she would marry, their own daughter going on to work for Israel's official Holocaust memorial.

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The Boy and the Butcher

The story of Ehud Loeb, a Jewish boy who would lose his family and his identity during the Holocaust.

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She Survived Auschwitz and Asked Us to Forgive

Eva Mozes Kor would survive Auschwitz concentration camp, including the horrific experiments of Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele, to go on and teach the world about the Holocaust and the power of forgiveness.

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A World Champion and Righteous Gentile

Zarko Dolinar was a champion table tennis player from Yugoslavia, who with his brother Boris, saved Jews during the Holocaust.

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Those Who Save One Life Save a Universe

Johan van Hulst was a Dutch Christian who saved more than 600 Jewish children from the Nazis during the Holocaust.

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This Holocaust Survivor’s Tapestries Show Her ‘Affirmation Of Life’

Ted Comet hosts tours through his home, which displays the tapestries his late wife and Holocaust survivor created.

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How Audrey Hepburn Saved Jews During the Holocaust

Tracing the Hollywood star's roots in the Netherlands, her covert activities against the occupying Nazis, and how she helped save Dutch Jews.

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Finding the Forgotten

With tens of thousands of elderly Holocaust survivors alone and in need of help, we will never stop searching and caring for these forgotten Jews who mean the world to us.

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