As a young woman in Poland during World War Two, Irene Gut Opdyke helped protect Jews from the Nazis. Although she risked great danger to herself, as the war progressed, she became bolder and bolder in her acts of resistance. Her memoir, “In My Hands” (Knopf) is addressed to today’s youth.


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