French village of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon (population 5,000) and the villages on the surrounding plateau (population 24,000) provided refuge for an estimated 5,000 people - many of whom were children.
Members of the Bielski Family Camp in the Naliboki Forest
Insisting that rescue and resistance go together, Tuvia Bielksi never turned away any Jew, young or old, healthy or in need of medical attention.
The Kindertransport was a rescue mission that took place during the nine months prior to the outbreak of WWll.
The FPO was a Jewish organization based in the Vilna Ghetto that organized armed resistance.