My brother's keeper: Yad Vashem spotlights Holocaust rescue stories
New Jerusalem exhibit tells heroic tales of rescue, from the families who hid Jews in their attics to the Bulgarian minister of justice who blocked the deportation of 48,000 Jews.
Not only does Sabina Heller not remember her biological parents, she never even knew their first names. In July 1943, when she was barely 2 years old, Heller was taken in by a Polish Catholic couple, the Roztropowiczs, who provided her with a loving home for the next five years, at great risk to their own lives and to those of their three children.
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