Here's a great story about a Polish social worker, Irena Sandler, who saved thousands of children's lives from the Warsaw ghetto.
Mackenzie Lee, who is a writer, brings her to life in this awesome twitter story. If you have a twitter account, you can access it here.
Ms. Lee notes that Sandler was captured by the Gestapo and even tortured but never gave up any names.
She also notes that Sandler was up for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 but was not selected.
This might be a terrific reading assignment for students for the unit on WWII.