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  • Subject is exactly "World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue"
Go to Notes on Yad Vashem Righteous Gentiles Award item page

Notes by Pieter N. Termaat on the story of receiving the Righteous Gentiles award from Yad Vashem.
Go to Uitreiking Yad Vashem onderscheiding in het Raadhuis te Hoofddorp item page

Address at the presentation of the Yad Vashem award at the Town Hall of Hoofddorp by Pieter N. Termaat, November 1, 1990. In Dutch
Go to Remembering those who rescued Jews from Nazis item page

Newspaper clipping of photograph of Abraham Foxman and Gisele Feldman for the Jewish Foundation for Christian Rescuers.
Go to Jews Honor Christians item page

Newspaper clipping about Peter and Adrianna Termaat's Courage to Care Award from the Anti-Defamation League.
Go to David Mandel item page

Newspaper article about David Mandel, a Jewish man who escaped from a Nazi prison march, eventually settling in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Go to ADL Foundation honors Righteous Gentiles item page

Newspaper article photocopy from the Detroit Jewish News about the Yad Vashem Righteous Gentiles award.
Go to Hidden children break their silence item page

Newspaper article about hidden children during World War II, and honoring those who rescued and assisted them.
Go to Jews to honor couple who risked all to save their lives item page

Newspaper article about Pieter and Adriana Termaat's receipt of the Courage to Care Award at the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan.
Go to ADL Creates Group to Support Rescuers item page

Photocopy of newspaper clipping about Anti-Defamation League support group for Christian rescuers.
Go to There are thousands of 'righteous Gentiles' item page

Grand Rapids Press newspaper clipping, article about the Yad Vashem honoring of "righteous Gentiles."
Go to Holocaust nightmare remains for three honored heroes item page

Photocopied newspaper clipping about Pieter and Adriana Termaat lecturing at Grand Valley State University.
Go to Eight Area Residents Hailed in Holocaust Remembrance item page

Newspaper clipping about members of the Dutch resistance movement living in Grand Rapids.
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