Marion Pritchard holds Erika Polak, one of the children she saved from the Nazis. Working with the Dutch resistance, Pritchard helped to save more than 150 children during World War II.
Jews living at a children's home in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, France, with their director, Juliette Usach, 1941. The people of Le Chambon and surrounding villages hid nearly 5,000 people fleeing Nazi occupation.
This is a view of a Southern U.S. street in the mid-1930s, Alabama.
The story of the rescuer Hiram Bingham in Marseille, France. Courtesy of Michael King Productions, LLC
Nechama Tec discusses her research on rescuers.