RELIGIOUS RESCUERS: COMMUNITIES OF FAITH WHO HID JEWS DURING THE HOLOCAUST
During the Holocaust, some Jews were helped by members of different religious communities with convents and other religious institutions becoming a haven for Jewish adults and children. Others helped Jews find refuge in private homes, providing false papers, and assisting them to illegally cross borders. Focusing on France as a case study, this webinar delivered by Yad Vashem educator, Eliot Nidam Orvieto, will explore aspects and issues of daily life within this context, and the phenomenon of the religious as rescuers.
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