How German organizations save Holocaust victims from Russian shelling

German organizations are removing Holocaust victims from Ukraine.

Nearly 80 years ago, Nazi Germany exterminated about a million and a half Jews in this country. Those who survived are now forced to flee Russian shelling.

It is extremely difficult to get people out of the war zones – the shelling makes it impossible for cars to reach their homes, and some refugees have to wait two or three days without electricity and food before help arrives. Some refuse help when they learn that the offer comes from a German organization.

But for Germans, saving Jews from the current war is an important step in atoning for the Holocaust. In our video we tell the story of one Holocaust victim who found refuge in Germany.