January 24, 2019

Paris Exhibition Opens Honoring Diplomats Who Saved Jews in Holocaust

The Times of Israel reports that on January 24, 2019, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin opened a Paris museum exhibition highlighting the stories of diplomats who saved Jews during the Holocaust.

The exhibition is called Beyond Duty: Saving Jewish Lives and Showing the Way” and is a collaboration between Israel’s Foreign Ministry and Yad Vashem. Rivlin said that about 200,000 people were saved by the actions of these diplomats.


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