During The War The Woman Placed Kids In Trash Bins And Basements To Save Over 2 500 Lives!
January 11, 2018
Irena Sendler was born in Warsaw on February 15, 1910. Her father taught her a lot of things but his main lesson remained with her throughout her life - always help those in need.
Irena was only 7 years old when her father died from typhus. But his upbringing had an impact on her whole life. As she grew up, she realised she follows in the steps of her father. Thus he had been a doctor, she became a nurse at the social welfare department that provided food and clothes to the families in need. When Europe was drawn in the anti-Semitic mood, Irene in spite of being an avid catholic, kept helping Jewish families the same way she helped the other.