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The Righteous Among the Nations

This exhibition is in homage to the “Righteous Among the Nations,” those non-Jews who risked their lives to save Jews. Their stories are offered as individual testimonies. The presentation carries a double message: a recognition of the “Righteous Among the Nations” and their deeds, while emphasizing the fact that “Few Risked their Lives,” the banner caption displayed at the entrance to the exhibit.

The exhibition also presents the phenomenon of the “bystanders,” the non-Jews faced with the choice of aiding Jews, turning them in to the occupation authorities, or ignoring their situation – and the significance of each of these options.

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