Helmut Hirsch (January 27, 1916 in Stuttgart – June 4, 1937 in Berlin) was a German Jew who was executed for his part in a bombing plot intended to destabilize the German Reich. Although a full and accurate account of the plot is unknown, his targets were understood to be the Nazi party headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany, and/or the plant where the antisemitic weekly propaganda newspaper Der Stürmer was printed.
Sara Fortis, a Greek jewish partisan posing with fellow Greek partisans from her unit. Sara formed a band of female "andartes" that became indispensable to the male fighters, transforming young village girls into women warriors.
Alexander Bogen, an artist and partisan unit commander in the forests around Vilna, Lithuania. He smuggled Jews out of the ghetto into the forests, trained them how to fight and led them in attacks against the Germans.