In 1943, the Nazi occupying forces on the Greek island of Zakynthos called Mayor Carrer and demanded a list of all the Jews on the island. Distraught, Carrer consulted the local Bishop Chrysostomos and, together, the two made the courageous decision to deny the Nazis' request. Now, Carrer's daughter is visiting Israel.

The fate of Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust and then mysteriously disappeared, has come to light through the diaries of Ivan Serov, the first head of the notorious Soviet KGB.

The Nazi soldiers made their orders very clear: Jewish American prisoners of war were to be separated from their fellow troops. But Master Sgt. Roddie Edmonds would have none of that. Today, he is being honored, posthumously, for his bravery.

Would you be willing to put your own children at risk to save a Jew? Not so simple. On an individual level it is very difficult to answer this question.