Unsung Dutchman who saved as many as 10,000 Jews during the Holocaust is finally getting his due

When ordinary people who have no intentions of making history step up to do the right thing, it reminds us that we all have the ability to be heroes. Jan Zwartendijk, a company man who risked the life of his wife and three children to help Jewish people flee to freedom during World War II, is finally getting his due after becoming the subject of a biography, “The Just: How Six Unlikely Heroes Saved Thousands of Jews from the Holocaust.”


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