March 8, 2021
Polish/Jewish Relations

ZEGOTA saved 50000 Jews from Holocaust 1/3

ZEGOTA-Council for Aid to Jews in Occupied Poland(1939-1945) was the only government-sponsored (London-based Polish Government-in-Exile) social welfare agency established to rescue Jews in German-occupied EUROPE. It provided hiding places and false identity.

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