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Subject: Irena Sendler
Look at this woman - and remember forever!
The world did not become immoral. It has always been that way...
Awards are not always given to one who deserves it more.
Recently, at the age of 98 years young, died a woman named Irena Sendlerowa. (Commonly known as Irena Sendler.)
During the Second World War, Irena acquired permission to work in Warsaw
as a plumbing / sewer, installer / welder. She had her own reasons.
Irena knew about the plans of Nazis with the Jews. At the bottom of
the bag with tools she carried out children from ghetto, in the back of
her truck she had a place for the older children. There she also had
her dog that she trained to bark when the truck drove through the gate.
Soldiers did not want to deal with barking and the sounds of the barks
could mask the sounds that children could possibly make. This way,
during her work there, Irena managed to save up to 2,500 children.
She got caught. The Nazis broke the bones in her feet, hands and then
kept brutally beating her.
Irena kept a diary of all children who she freed.
Jar was hidden under a tree in her garden.
After the war, she tried to find parents for the children and rejoined
the family. But most ended in the gas chambers. Children got into
children's homes and many been adopted.
In 2007 Irena Sendler was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
But she was not selected.
Al Gore got a prize for a project on global warming ...
It is more than 60 years after the end of the Second World War.
This electronic mail is sent as a memorial to the millions of people
who were killed, raped, burned, starved to death and humiliated!
Today, as never before (when the reverberating voices that the
Holocaust is a myth!) we must do everything that the world does not
forget what happened.
Because today there are still those who are able to do it again.
This report is for millions of people.
Become a link in the chain of memory and help extend the memory of a
brave woman to the entire world.
Sent this letter to a friend and ask them not to interrupt the chain.
Please do not delete this letter.
To send it, you need only a minute...
SO... THIS IS THE ONLY CHAIN LETTER, which I would send.