IN GRATITUDE to their Jewish doctor who had helped them on numerous occasions, the Lacika family treated the doctor’s son as their own, though he could not leave the house.Compiled by Spectator staff
31. jan31. Jan 2016, at 7:55
THE PLEA of a small girl reminded a blacksmith that his family was not so different. He walled up the pantry off the kitchen, leaving only a small hole for the exchange of food and waste, where a family lived for…Compiled by Spectator staff
29. jan29. Jan 2016, at 13:56
The Varga family, and indeed the whole village of Petrovce, endured suffering, fires, and deaths to protect Jews hiding in the area, rather than cooperate with the Nazis.Compiled by Spectator staff
28. jan28. Jan 2016, at 17:28
ANOTHER 10 Slovaks have received the Righteous Among the Nations award, the highest honour given to a non-Jew by the State of Israel and Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum for saving Jewish citizens during the Holocaust.
29. jan29. Jan 2015, at 10:00