July 25, 2013


The 'female Schindler' who saved 2,500 Jewish children but died wishing she'd rescued more
A few months before she died, she said: "After World War II, it seemed that humanity understood something, and nothing like that would happen again.Humanity has understood nothing. Religious, tribal, national wars continue. The world continues to be in a sea of blood." But she added: "The world can be better if there's love, tolerance and humility." Irena Sendler MORE: DAILYMAIL