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The righteous among the nations is a very important topic The people who are a part of it have an important role on how life and civilization is today Yad Vashem is almost the same group as the righteous among the nations it is the remembrance of those whom were victims of the holocaust Adanja and Kira were both brave women whom survived the holocaust They are a part of the righteous among nations group these are historical people who helped Jews during the holocaust They both are very significant peopleKira Belkova is from Pyatigorsk Russia She helped save her friends Masha and Fira Litovsky during the holocaust When she and her sister Dimitry heard about the holocausts first actions they rushed to say goodbye to their friends Kiras friend Masha was so terrified that she asked Kira to hide her So Kira got permission from her parents who knew that this was a dangerous thing to do but did not want Masha to die Not long after Mashas older sister arrived she had managed to escape from one of the trucks The Belkova sisters fed and took care of the Litovskys for as long as they could Then after the risks had gone higher the Belkova sisters father found Masha and Fira some were to stay You can say that Dara Adanja was as helpful and caring as the Belkova She was engaged on the eve of World War II She was a non-Jew but still considered to be a part of the Adanja family She felt like it was her duty to help the family because she wasnt a Jew She obtained false papers so that she could help the family get away Dara managed to hide the family In March 1942 she had to relocate them to Rome were they stayed until everyone was liberated and the war was over Dara was a brave womanThese women felt like it was their duty
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