It is estimated that there were more than 100,000 Resistance fighters in Europe during the course of World War II who worked alongside the Allied forces to fight against a common enemy. These are stories of ordinary men and women who acted selflessly and heroically, displaying extraordinary courage, determination and sacrifice in their efforts to help their fellow man.
Angel of Bergen-Belsen
This is the detailed portrait of a young nurse compelled to action in the face of seemingly insurmountable evil.
Whatever Happened to Raoul Wallenberg' Probe the life and mysterious disappearance of the indefatigable man responsible for saving 100,000 lives during the Holocaust.
M19: Escape and Evasion in Europe Discover one of the most secretive British agencies of WWII who, through cunning and courage saved 7,000 people - spies, downed Allied airmen and escaped prisoners.
Nazi Ghost Train
Railroad workers and Resistance fighters stop the delivery of hundreds of prisoners bound for certain death. Shot From the Sky American pilot Roy Allen, shot down in German-occupied France, is rescued, hidden, and betrayed. He is sent to Buchenwald where he is "saved" by the most unlikely of people.