Holocaust

Amnon Weinstein restoring Holocaust violins

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Violins of Hope

Amnon Weinstin is an Israeli violin maker who has refurbished violins from the Holocaust so that the world will never forget this dark chapter in Jewish history.

Holocaust survivor saved by Mykolas Simelis at grave of her parents

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Mykolas Simelis – The Woodsman’s Heart

Mykolas Simelis was a simple Lithuanian forester who made the ultimate sacrifice in order to save a Jewish family during the Holocaust.

Johanna Eck tree planting ceremony at Yad Vashem, 1977

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The Task That God Demands from Me

Johanna Eck was a German war widow who, during World War II, sheltered four victims of Nazi persecution, including two Jews.

Tadeusz Gebethner

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From Athlete to Righteous Among the Nations

A star athlete in Poland, Tadeusz Gebethner gave up a life of leisure - and his life - to help the Jewish people during the Holocaust.

Viorica Agarici and her son

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A Humane Hero During Inhumane Times

Viorica Agarici was a Romanian nurse and head of the local Red Cross who protected Romanian Jews during the Holocaust.

The Bielski Brothers Spark a Jewish Resistance

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The Bielski Brothers Spark a Jewish Resistance

After experiencing the heartbreaking loss of their parents at the hands of the Germans in December 1941, three surviving brothers decided to take action.

Anna Igumnova

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A Righteous Chemist

Anna Igumnova was a Russian chemist who helped save Slovakian Jews from the Nazis during World War II.

Kipras Petrauskas in opera costume

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From Opera Star to Holocaust Hero

A Lithuanian opera tenor, Kipras Petrauskas and his wife gave up their lives and careers to shelter and save the daughter of a Jewish friend and colleague.

Children liberated from Auschwitz, illustrating survey revealing lack of Millennials knowledge of Holocaust

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Millennials, Gen Z Don’t Know About Holocaust

A new survey reveals a "worrying lack of basic Holocaust knowledge" among millennials and other young people in the United States today.

Jane Haining, Scottish missionary killed at Auschwitz

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Jane Haining – Here on the Way to Heaven

Jane Haining, a Scottish missionary who cared for Hungarian Jewish children and died at Auschwitz concentration camp.

Leopold Socha, Righteous Gentile who worked in sewers of Lwow

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Safety in the Sewers

An inspector of the sewers in Lwow, Poland, and a Righteous Gentile, Leopold Socha used the sewage system to hide 20 Jews from the Nazis.

Holocaust Survivor Receives Honorary High School Diploma

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Holocaust Survivor Receives Honorary High School Diploma

At just seven years old, Miriam Schreiber, now 88, witnessed the Nazis invading Poland. Years later, after the war, she wanted to complete her education, but never had the opportunity – until now.

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