Holocaust Rescuers

Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights offers a selection of writings including the text of the book “Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust” dealing with Pope Pius XII and the European Catholic community during World War II and the Holocaust.

The 104th Infantry Division’s Mittelbau Dora Concentration Camp Link
The 104th Infantry Division, as part of the U.S. VII Corps arrived at Nordhausen, Germany on April 11, 1945. This website contains reactions, photographs, and links relating to their experiences as United States soldiers at Mittelbau Dora concentration camp. 

The Hannah Senesh Legacy Foundation
Hannah Senesh, a star that lights the way for us, volunteered for a rescue mission in Europe for saving the Jewish people during World War II. Hanna was captured, tortured and executed by firing squad in Budapest, Hungary on November 7, 1944 at the age of 23. After establish the state of Israel Hannah became a national heroine. The foundation was established for the perpetuation of the memory of Hannah and her comrades. The foundation is recognized as a non-profit organization by the tax authority of Israel. The establishment of the foundation was initiated by the Senesh family, members from Kibbutz Sdot Yam and from among the general public.

The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous
The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous provides financial support to aged and needy non-Jews who rescued Jewish refugees during the Holocaust. The Jewish Foundation also provides educational materials about those non-Jews who aided Jews during the Holocaust and the website contains a bookstore and news updates about these men and women.

The Kindertransport Association (KTA)
In the months between the Kristallnach Pogrom of November 9-10, 1938, and the start of World War II, nearly 10,000 children were sent, without their parents, out of Nazi Germany, Austria, Poland and Czechoslovakia to safety in Great Britain. These Children were saved by the Kindertransport rescue movement. The Kindertransport Association (KTA) is a not-for-profit organization that unites these child Holocaust refugees and their descendants.The KTA shares their stories, honors those who made the Kindertransport possible, and supports charitable work that aids children in need.

To Save a Life: Stories of Holocaust Rescue
To Save a Life: Stories of Holocaust Rescue is a book published originally on the internet, in which personal narratives and photographs reveal how certain individuals acting upon their own moral convictions--while endangering their own and their families' lives--saved the lives of Jewish people from Nazi-occupied Europe. In this book you will find true stories narrated by six rescuers accompanied by the narratives of thirteen people whom they rescued.