Righteous Among the Nations

The First American Righteous Gentile

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The First American Righteous Gentile

Varian Fry was an American journalist who ran a rescue network during World War II that saved between 2,000 and 4,000 from death at the hands of the Nazis.

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

Fellowship Blog

Goodbye, Children

Father Jacques was a French priest and teacher who used his school to shelter Jews from the Nazis.

Ho Feng-Shan

Fellowship Blog

Safe Passage to Shanghai

A diplomat called "the Chinese Schindler," Ho Feng-Shan risked his life by issuing lifesaving visas to tens of thousands of 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.

Photo of Jonas and Felicija Radlinkskas with the sisters they rescued, Dora and Shifra Reznik

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From Cellar to Supper

Sisters Dora and Shifra Reznik lost their entire family to the Holocaust, and would have lost their lives if not for the kindness of a Tatar family.

Simone Stolze-Coque

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Like a Ray of Sunshine

Simone Stolze-Coque was a French nurse who rescued and aided Jewish children during the Holocaust.

Irena Sendler

Fellowship Blog

A Real Life Wonder Woman

A Christian nurse who saved more than 2,500 Jewish children from the Nazis during WWII, Irena Sendler will be played on the big screen by Israeli actress Gal Gadot.

Peter Nurnberger and grandson at Yad Vashem ceremony for his adopted father

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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.

Andre and Magda Trocmé

Stand For Israel

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.

Jews hidden in Seduls' family cellar, 1944

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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.

Jakub Rotman and Stanislawa Kaczmarczyk

Fellowship Blog

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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