Ten World War II Heroes

In this series, you will meet:
  • A teenager and her young sister who had 13 Jews in their attic for 2.5 years.
  • An Olympian who survived 47 days on a raft without food or water and a Japanese prison camp, and came to Christ afterwards.
  • Three Geman teenagers who spread illegal pamphlets with the truth about Nazi Germany.
  • A group who saved 700 children – in a concentration camp.
  • A Catholic who attempted to assassinate Hitler – and nearly succeeded.

You can see why I wrote this series and the table of contents here. The heroes I featured were:

  1. Miracles Still Happen: Diet Eman
  2. All In His Hands: Louie Zamperini 
  3. The Jar of Life: Irena Sendler 
  4. Words, Not Guns: Helmuth HΓΌbener 
  5. For God and Country: Claus von Stauffenberg
  6. We Will Not Be Silent: Sophie Scholl 
  7. The Power of Forgiveness: Eva Kor 
  8. A Company of Heroes: Richard Winters
  9. The Mystery Behind the Attic Wall: Stefania Podgorska 
  10. Resilience and Rescue: Jack Werber
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BIG thank you to everyone who read this series and/or pinned it! Thank you so much!

I hope you all enjoyed this series! Some nights, I was editing WAY past midnight and worn but, but I had lots of fun writing each story, and I also learned a lot from it. I hope you found each post inspiring and informative! πŸ™‚ Continue to check back on my blog or follow my blog board on Pinterest! Thanks!
These are my top ten World War II heroes.
Who are yours?

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Samantha is an entrepreneur and a former homeschool student from Indiana, USA. When not blogging, Samantha can be found reading about WWII, trying to speak Hebrew, and wasting time on Pinterest. Her work can be found on Free Homeschool Deals, Unigo, True Aim Education, Encouraging Moms at Home, and more.

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