Schindler was awarded the "Righteous Among the Nations" title in recognition of his efforts to save Jews during the Holocaust at great personal risk.
Because he disagreed with Hitler. He didn't want to let those people die.
The ISBN of Lives at Risk is 0742541525.
Lives at Risk has 727 pages.
They risk their lives because if they don't they will be fired.
to risk lives
He was Different insofar as he was in a position where he was able to protect some of the people that were used as slaves by the Germans from being killed during the war. He did this at great risk to his own safety because he felt is was the right thing to do. this did not necessarily make him different from other Germans there were many Germans that were against the regime that ran Germany in those days.
By going into burning places and trying to save lives
people risk their lives because they might not have anything to live for. people might risk their lives because they can't get out of a particular place such as a building. they might risk their life because they want too.
Many risk their lives climbing Mount Everest for the adrenaline rush or knowing that they are on the extreme edge of living or diying.
Climbers risk their lives by climbing on Mount Everest for the thrill, challenge and adventure.
they risked it by putting their own lives in risk that the risks they toulk
They would be able to have freedom and live happier lives from that point on.
because they did not want to die
They faced Death and risking their lives.
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The highest risk seems to be in people of Eastern European and Russian Jewish (Ashkenazi) descent.
Everyone who lives under stress.
the threat is that people risk their lives in wars and fight for peace
to notice the people in the army who risk their lives for us
Yes, Because they save more lives then they do kill.
holocustMen and Women who were not Jewish could help Jews in many ways one of these was taking them into hiding this could be in their house or it could in the back of their business like Anne Frank. If the Nazi Parties found out you would be sent to a concentration camp orr prison with the Jewish people.
There are between 16 and 20 thousand persons named and honored by the Israeli government who have been named at the museum called Yad Vashem as a "Righteous Few" or "Righteous Diplomat" or "Righteous Person". Some of the names are familiar like Oskar Schindler, Per Anger and Raoul Wallenberg. Others are obscure like Chiue Sugihara of Japan and Feng-Shan Ho of China. They come from countries around the world. These are people who saved thousands and those who were able to shelter only a few, all did so at great personal risk. Some have chosen to remain anonymous. Each is awarded a medal inscribed with the Talmudic phrase "Whoever saves a single soul, it is as if he had saved the entire world." A band of Jewish and non-Jewish peoples who fought the Nazis and Saved the Jews
He made more people want to risk their lives for the independence of Mexico.
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