Irene Gut Opdyke
Irene Opdyke (née Irena Gut, 5 May 1922, Kozienice, Poland – 17 May 2003) was a Polish nurse who gained recognition for aiding Jews persecuted by the Nazis during World War II and for saving twelve Je...
Gabriel Piguet
Monsignor Gabriel Piguet (born 24 Feb 1887 at Mâcon, died 3 July 1952 at Clermont-Ferrand) was the Roman Catholic Bishop of Clermont-Ferrand, France. Involved in Catholic resistance to Nazism, he wa...
Rufino Niccacci
Father Rufino Niccacci, O.F.M. (1911–1976) was an Italian Roman Catholic priest who shielded persecuted Jews during the Holocaust.
In September 1943, Niccacci was the Father Guardian of the Franci...
María Edwards
María Edwards McClure (December 11, 1893 – June 8, 1972) (also known as María Edwards de Errázuriz or María Errázuriz – her original married names) was a Chilean woman who was honored in November 2005...
Raoul Șorban
Raoul Șorban (September 4, 1912 - July 19, 2006) was a Romanian painter, journalist, writer, essayist, art historian, academic, and memoirist.
His father, the composer Guilelm Șorban, descended fr...
List of Schindlerjuden
The Schindlerjuden, literally translated as "Schindler Jews", were roughly 1,100 Jews who were saved by Oskar Schindler during the Holocaust. They survived the years of Nazi regime primarily through t...
Czesław Miłosz
Czesław Miłosz ([ˈt͡ʂɛswafˈmiwɔʂ]; 30 June 1911 – 14 August 2004) was a Polish poet, prose writer, translator and diplomat. His World War II-era sequence, The World, is a collection of twenty naive po...
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Jan Dobraczyński
Jan Dobraczyński (20 April 1910 in Warsaw – 5 March 1994 in Warsaw) was a Polish writer and publicist. During the Second Polish Republic, he was a supporter of the National Party and Catholic mo...
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Giuseppe Girotti
Blessed Giuseppe Girotti, O.P. (19 July 1905 - 1 April 1945), was born in Alba, Cuneo, Kingdom of Italy.A Dominican priest, he was an opponent of the Italian Fascist Government of Benito Mussolini, an...
Gaetano Piccinini
Father Gaetano Piccinini (1904–1972) was a priest of the Don Orione Congregation, whose life encompassed religious activity in Rome and Latium. The best known and, since June 2011, officially-recogniz...
Mieczysław Fogg
Mieczysław Fogg (born Mieczysław Fogiel) (May 30, 1901, Warsaw - September 3, 1990, Warsaw), was a very popular Polish singer of the twentieth century. His popularity started well before World War II...
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Père Jacques
Père (Father) Jacques de Jésus, O.C.D., (1900–2 June 1945) was a French Roman Catholic priest and Discalced Carmelite friar. While serving as headmaster of a boarding school run by his Order, he took ...
Henryk Sławik
Henryk Sławik (16 July 1894 - 23 August 1944) was a Polish politician in the interwar period, social worker, activist, and diplomat, who during World War II helped save over 30,000 Polish refugees, in...
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Jean Flory
John Flory (1886 in Lure, Haute-Saône – 9 May 1949, in Montbéliard) was a French Catholic priest, teacher and resistant. He was archpriest of the Cathedral of Montbéliard. He was a seminarist in...
Pierre-Marie Théas
Pierre-Marie Théas (born September 14, 1894 in Barzun, Pyrénées-Atlantiques-died on April 3, 1977,aged 82) was a French Roman Catholic bishop. Ordained a priest in 1920, he became Bishop of Montauban,...
Henri Reynders
Henri Reynders (Dom Bruno) (24 October 1903 – 26 October 1981) was a Belgian priest credited with saving 400 Jews during the Holocaust.
Henri Reynders was the fifth of eight children of an upper m...
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Giuseppe Placido Nicolini
Monsignor Giuseppe Placido Maria Nicolini O.S.B. (1877-1973), born Villazzano, Italy, was the Roman Catholic Bishop of Assisi from 1928-1973. Prior to serving as Bishop, he was ordained as a Benedicti...
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Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Belgium
Elisabeth of Bavaria (born Elisabeth Gabriele Valérie Marie, Duchess in Bavaria) (25 July 1876 – 23 November 1965) was Queen consort of the Belgians as the spouse of King Albert I, and ...
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Joseph André
Joseph André (14 March 1908 – 1 June 1973) was a Catholic priest of the diocese of Namur, Belgium. He was declared Righteous among the Nations by the government of Israel in 1968.
After two years ...
Anna Ehn
Anna Ehn (born 1931) is an Austrian Righteous Among the Nations.One day Anna was approached by a 13-year-old Jewish girl, Illona Friedman, on her way to Mass. She instantly offered food to the hungry ...
Elizabeth Hesselblad
The Blessed Mary Elizabeth Hesselblad, O.Ss.S. (or Maria Elisabeth Hesselblad), was a Swedish nurse who was a convert to the Catholic Church and founded a new form of life of the Bridgettines. She was...
Oskar Schindler
Oskar Schindler (28 April 1908 – 9 October 1974) was an ethnic German industrialist, spy, and member of the Nazi Party who is credited with saving the lives of 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust by empl...
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Jean-Baptist De Coster
Jean-Baptist De Coster (1896–1968) was a Jesuit father in Belgium who helped find shelters and saved Jews from the genocide committed by the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler.
Some refugees were hidden ...
Amon Göth
 Amon Leopold Göth  [ˈɡøːt] (spelled in some English sources as Goeth) (11 December 1908 – 13 September 1946) was an Austrian SS-Hauptsturmführer (captain) and the commandant of the Kr...
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Zofia Kossak-Szczucka
Zofia Kossak-Szczucka ([ˈzɔfja ˈkɔssak ˈʂt͡ʂut͡ska]; 10 August 1889 – 9 April 1968) was a Polish writer and World War II resistance fighter. She co-founded the wartime Polish organization Żegota, set ...
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