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NTRODUCTION,
an excerpt, by Malka Drucker

Many helped strangers, some saved friends and lovers. Some had humane upbringings, others did not. Some were educated, others were barely literate. They weren't all religious, they weren't all brave. What they did share, however, was compassion, empathy, an intolerance of injustice, and an ability to endure risk beyond what one wants to imagine.

 

Geography of History
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Adele Defarges, France


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