Poland

Dr. Emanuel Ringelblum with wife and child

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Our Whole Life

Malgorzata Wolska and her children sheltered Warsaw Jews from the Nazis. While their Jewish friends were murdered, an important archive was saved.

Yad Vashem tree-planting ceremony for Puchalskis, 1987

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They Never Lost Courage

Jan and Anna Puchalski were a Christian couple who risked the lives of their family to rescue Polish Jews during the Holocaust.

Polish actor, director, theatre president, & teacher, Aleksander Zelwerowicz

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An Actor, an Advocate, and an Ally

Aleksander Zelwerowicz's greatest role was off the stage, when he and his daughter saved a Jewish family from the Nazis.

Memorial plaque for Zofia Kossak

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A Woman of Great Generosity and Courage

Zofia Kossak was a Christian writer in Poland whose words and actions helped save Polish Jews during the Holocaust.

Starving Jewish children in Warsaw Ghetto

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An Immediate Shortage of Bread

A diary excerpt from this day in 1941 tells the sad story of life for Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto.

Jan Zabinski with lion at Warsaw Zoo

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🎥 Rescue at the Warsaw Zoo 🐘

Jan and Antonina Zabinski used their positions at the Warsaw Zoo to save the lives of Polish Jews during the Holocaust.

Renia Spiegel

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The Polish Anne Frank

After Renia Spiegel was murdered by the Nazis, her secret diary is about to be published more than seven decades later.

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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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.

Jakub Rotman and Stanislawa Kaczmarczyk

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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.

Ferdynand Arczynski

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On the Council for Aid to Jews

Known to the anti-Nazi underground as "Marek," Ferdynand Arczynski's purpose in life during WWII was to help Poland's Jews survive the Holocaust.

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