[PW] Story of WW II Holocaust Rescuer

Linda A. Christian lachristian6 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 14 11:41:58 PST 2015


Thank you for any help in identifying this particular story, and helping to
locate its source whether in document or video.


The story in question was presented (possibly, but not positively) in a
History Channel segment concerning World War II Holocaust rescuers
(Righteous Among the Nations?).


Story:

 A family of four living on a rural farm.
The parents leave the two daughters home alone.
The parents never return, and the two daughters never find out what became
of them.
During this time, a family of escaping Jews request asylum on the farm.
The girls acquiesce and hide the family in the farm house attic.
Nazi soldiers arrive and request housing for their officers during their
stay in the area.
The girls grant this request and place the officers on the second floor of
the farm house.
Time goes on with the girls living on the main floor, the Nazi officers on
the second floor, and the Jews in the attic.
Eventually the officers are relocated and leave.
The girls and the Jewish family live together safely until the end of the
war.



Thank you for your help.
Linda A. Christian, MSLS
Certified Technical Writer


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