WWII

Polish Righteous Gentiles, Jerzy and Irena Krepec

Fellowship Blog

A Question of Human Values

Jerzy and Irena Krepec were Righteous Gentiles in Poland who helped shelter Jews during the Holocaust, and provided these refugees with food, clothing, and love.

Dutch-Jewish children during WWII

Stand For Israel

WWII Hero Who Saved Hundreds of Jewish Children Dies at 96

Betty Goudsmit-Oudkerk, a Dutch-Jewish rescuer who smuggled hundreds of Jewish children to safety during the Holocaust, passed away at age 96.

Gates of Rimini, Italy

Fellowship Blog

WWII and Spanish Flu Survivor Beats Coronavirus

A 101-year-old man in Italy who survived both the Holocaust and the 1918 Influenza Epidemic has also recovered from COVID-19.

German Willy Foerster standing in front of a crowd of rescued Jews in Japan

Fellowship Blog

The Untold Story of Japan’s Schindler

Willy Foerster was a German factory owner in WWII Japan who saved fleeing Jews. After the war, he was framed by the Nazis, and his story has been little-known until recently.

Ehud Loeb and his father

Fellowship Blog

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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