The Holocaust that took place during the Second World War ended when the Allied forces overcame the armies of Nazi Germany and its allies.
But even after Germany's defeat, the survivors still needed urgent help. One of the most urgent tasks was saving Jewish
children who ended up in Christian monasteries when their parents were killed. Some of these children barely remembered that they were Jewish, while others desperately missed their family and people, but the ones in charge of the monasteries
refused to let them go.
This exciting story provides information about this stormy period in our history and portrays exciting displays of ahavas Yisroel and dedication to emunah and Yiddishkeit in all situations.
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