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Documents Reveal Pius XII Saved 11,000 Roman Jews

Last edited 24th July 2011

Documents Reveal Pius XII Saved 11,000 Roman Jews

The direct action of Pope Pius XII saved the lives of more than 11,000 Jews in Rome during the Second World War, according to documentation recently discovered by historians.

Pave the Way Foundation representative for Germany, historian and investigative researcher Michael Hesemann, discovered a number of very important original documents in his research of the open archives of Santa Maria dell Anima Church, which is the National Church of Germany in Rome. The U.S.-based foundation, founded by Jew Gary Krupp, announced the findings in a statement sent to ZENIT. Visit this article to read more.


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