Memorial to Georgians who saved Jews during the Holocaust opened in Tbilisi

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The grand opening of the memorial to the “Georgian Schindlers”, people who saved Jews during the Holocaust, took place in Tbilisi. See the details in the video Sputnik Georgia

Sergi Metreveli, Grigol Peradze, Mikhail Kedia and Saba Kldiashvili are Georgians who liberated people from German camps at the cost of their own lives and their names are forever inscribed in the history of those tragic events.

They were nicknamed “Georgian Schindlers” after the most famous German industrialist, Oskar Schindler, who saved nearly 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust by providing them with jobs in his factories in Poland and Czechoslovakia. He is widely revered by Jews around the world.20:27

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