Semmy Woortman-Glasoog with Lientje, a Jewish girl she hid. Woortman-Glasoog was active in a network which found foster homes, hiding places, and false papers for Jewish children. She was later named "Righteous Among the Nations.
Polish Girl Scouts in Persia (Iran) in 1943. Their families had been exiled to Siberia at the start of WW2. An amnesty was later announced and the families fled south to meet up with other Poles to form a southern army. Some of these girls would later be living in Africa. Do please read the website this photo came from. It's a part of WW2 history
The courage to say no. The photo was taken in Hamburg in during the celebrations for the launch of a ship. In the crowd, one person refuses to raise his arm to give the Nazi salute. The man was August Landmesser.
This is Sigmund Sobolewski the 88th prisoner of Auschwitz. He arrived on the first train and survived for five years before the camp was liberated.
Hieronim Mikołaj Radziwiłł (Jerome) was a wealthy Polish aristocrat when he married Archduchess Renata of Austria in His Serene Highness Prince Jerome, was captured by the Soviets near the end of WWII and died at age 60 in a Soviet labor camp.