The Righteous Among The Nations
“Whosoever saves a single life, saves an entire universe"
(Mishnah, Sanhedrin 4:5)
Armin T. WegnerArmin T. Wegner, who spoke up against the Armenian genocide, wrote a letter to Hitler in 1933, protesting against the persecution of the Jews
Remembering Little LoesjeJacob and Wijntje de Vries
Muslim RescuersAmong the Righteous Among the Nations there are also Muslims from Albania, Bosnia, Turkey, countries of the former Soviet Union and an Egyptian doctor residing in Berlin...
"Their Fate Will Be My Fate Too..."Teachers Who Rescued Jews During the Holocaust
"Women of Valor"Stories of Women Who Rescued Jews During the Holocaust
The Game of Their LivesThe Stories of Righteous Among the Nations Who Devoted Their Lives to Sport
Flickers of LightThe Stories of Six Righteous Among the Nations in Auschwitz
Besa: A Code of HonorMuslim Albanians who Rescued Jews During the Holocaust
Lois Gunden (USA)
In 1941, twenty-six year old Lois Gunden, an American French teacher from Goshen, Indiana, came to work with the Mennonite Central Committee in southern France. Far from her home, she would become the rescuer of children of a different nationality, religion and background. More »
Master Sergeant Roddie Edmonds (USA)
“We are all Jews”. These moving words were said by the late Master Sergeant Roddie Edmonds, of the 422nd Infantry Regiment in the United States Armed Forces, who has been recognized by Yad Vashem as Righteous Among the Nations for rescuing Jewish servicemen at the Stalag IXA POW Camp in Germany. More »