Johanna Van Schagen
At great risk to herself and her family, this brave Gentile woman hid Jewish people in her home in Holland during the War. She tells her dramatic story of courage. She is now designated “Righteous Among the Nations” by the State of Israel.
Marlene, a young attorney, has parents who survived numerous concentration camps. She tells how this has affected her life. She also describes a visit to Auschwitz and to the ancestral village in Poland.
A 17-year old exchange student from Germany reflects on the absence of Jews in her small village. She is aware that the Holocaust has had an impact on her life.