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1. Similar rescue operations were performed around the world to save European Jews.

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2. Rescuers from Nazi terror included
police officers


3. People rescued
because of a sense of morality
because of relationships with victims
for political reasons
because they need to protect themselves

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4. Rescuers from Nazi terror risked public hangings, deportation to concentration camps, and on-the-spot shootings.



It was a reign which, nearly half a century later, still challenges our understanding. Evil was rewarded and good acts were punished. Bullies were aggrandized and the meek trampled. In this mad world, most people lost their bearings. Fear disoriented them, and self-protection blinded them. A few, however, did not lose their way. A few took their direction from their own moral compass.

-Eva Fogelman

5. The profile above describes

a bystander
mainly Jews in Europe
the Freikorps


Their lives (my parents) were saved by the gentile farmers in that town. There were some very righteous non-Jewish people who had the courage to speak up. Many, many of them...Many of them lost their lives...Sometimes not enough is written about those courageuous non-Jews.

-Ernest Drücker


6. The statement above was made by
A German survivor of the Russian front.
A Jewish survivor of the Holocaust.
A German civilian.
A French underground member.



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