These three people are only a few drops in the ocean, but their humanitarian action served to help purify the poison in the Nazi sea.
The foundation wasn’t going to ask elderly Ukrainians to find a notary in wartime. Instead it asked rescuers to submit “proof-of-life” photos: pictures of themselves and a copy of the day's newspaper
Chilean diplomat Samuel del Campo issued Polish and Chilean passports to over 1,200 Polish and Romanian Jews who were confined by Romanian authorities in the Chernivtsi ghetto.
Righteous gentiles are non-Jews recognized for their efforts to protect Jews from Nazis and Nazi sympathizers during the Holocaust.
The virtual series by the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous aims to educate the public on the hazards of spreading hate speech toward any racial or religious group.
Within five weeks, the organization raised $17,000 online from over 250 donors and over $13,000 in other grants.
A translated article about his grandfather, a Hungarian-Slovak storyteller, who wrote 25 years ago under the original title “The Death Camps Were Liberated Fifty Years Ago.”
He rescued thousands of Jews in Hungary.
Jerusalemite Betty Eppel recalled how she and her younger brother were hidden during the Holocaust by a Christian couple on a French farm.
In Warsaw alone, dozens recognized as Righteous Among the Nations by Israel live in the sprawling metropolis, where taxis can be unaffordable to elderly people with monthly state-issued pensions.