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Defining the word hero is difficult The dictionary states that a hero is any person admired for courage nobility or exploits especially in war For most people the definition of hero is left to interpretation Some people believe a hero is an exceptional athlete but others think it is the local cop that made the news for a job well done It is all up to the individual who is defining what a hero is Jan Karski is a hero for several reasons he proved to be courageous demonstrated his intelligence and he lived to tell his story It is often said that Karski tried to stop the war himself and failed OKeefe His attempt to stop the war did fail but his voice was heard Through his efforts other countries became more involved and they opened their eyes to what was going on Though he did fail he played an important role which helped end the warJan Karski was born in 1914 in Lodz Poland Block 170 He was the youngest of eight children Karskis father died when he was young and never knowing his father left him unable to love him On the other had he had great respect for his mother he loved her Block 170 Through school he was a good student His strong subjects were history poetry and literature According to Karski Jews were always strong in science and throughout his school years he was great friends with a group of Jewish boys This group of young men including Karski would help each other with their studies Karski finished school in 1931 his mother did not want him to go into the military so he went to college instead He majored in law an diplomatic science and received his masters degree in 1935 Block 170 After graduating from the university Karski began working for the League of Nations and in 1939 he became the secretary of the Department of Immigration
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