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Jan and Antonina Zabinski, the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo in Poland, saved nearly 300 Jews during the Second World War. Directed by Lukasz Czajka, OF ANIMALS AND MEN is a poignant documentary that is an extraordinary true story about the humanitarian spirit - as exemplified by two people who, with enormous personal risk to themselves, faced the most challenging circumstances with bravery and decency. In 1965, Jan and Antonina Zabinski were recognized by Yad Vashem as Righteous Among the Nations.
Jan and Antonina Zabinski, the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo in Poland, saved nearly 300 Jews during the Second World War. Directed by Lukasz Czajka, OF ANIMALS AND MEN is a poignant documentary that is an extraordinary true story about the humanitarian spirit - as exemplified by two people who, with enormous personal risk to themselves, faced the most challenging circumstances with bravery and decency. In 1965, Jan and Antonina Zabinski were recognized by Yad Vashem as Righteous Among the Nations.
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Jan and Antonina Zabinski, the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo in Poland, saved nearly 300 Jews during the Second World War. Directed by Lukasz Czajka, OF ANIMALS AND MEN is a poignant documentary that is an extraordinary true story about the humanitarian spirit - as exemplified by two people who, with enormous personal risk to themselves, faced the most challenging circumstances with bravery and decency. In 1965, Jan and Antonina Zabinski were recognized by Yad Vashem as Righteous Among the Nations.
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