How did non-Jewish people try to save Jews from the Nazis?
Those non-Jewish people risked their lives by hiding Jews or by helping them escape to neutral countries such as Switzerland or Sweden.
yes he tried to save as many Jews and Christians and everyone that he could. He saved even Nazis who were refugees, without indicting anyone for their beliefs or race or religion. He was always a good man and got along well with all the people he encountered. He brought joy to all his friends and even strangers.
The Nazi Political Party almost universally advocated strong Anti-Semitism (Jew-hatred) when Hitler took the lead of this organization. The only (few) Nazis who did not hate Jews were those Nazis who had left Germany before Hitler joined the party, but had not rescinded their membership (such as John Rabe in China). If the term "Nazi" is in reference to the common German citizens and Wehrmacht (the German Army), most were prejudiced against Jews, but would…