Heroes of the Holocaust
The Holocaust was a time of both evil and courage. Here are the stories of six remarkable people who made conscious, deliberate decisions to save the lives of people they'd never met. Oskar Schindler, Raoul Wallenberg, Vladka Reed, Andre Trocme, Hannah Senech, and Jan Karski are heroes who made a difference.
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