Series: Rescue and Resistance during the Holocaust

Despite the inaction of most Europeans and the collaboration of many others in the persecution and murder of Jews, some individuals from all social and religious backgrounds aided Jews. Individuals acted alone and within organized networks. Aid ranged from expressing solidarity, warning Jews of danger, and providing hiding places, to a mass rescue effort in Denmark. Explore a series of articles about rescue and resistance activities during the Holocaust. 

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