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A Russian Princess and Righteous Gentile

Sofka Skipwith was born into royalty, interned by the Nazis, and worked to save Jews during the Holocaust.

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‘You Can Take My Body, But Not My Soul’

A Christian family in Ukraine lost all that they had because they helped save God's children during the 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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‘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 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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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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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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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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