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          href=" Two">

<script src=""></script>
  $(document).ready(function() {
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      $("button").addClass("animated bounce");

<div class="container-fluid">
    <h1 class="text-center">Irena Sendlerowa</h1>
  <div class="row">
    <div class="col-xs-5">
      <img class="img-responsive" src="" alt="Irena Sendlerowa">
    <div class="col-xs-7">
      <p class="quote text-center"><em><b>
        "In those times there was darkness everywhere. In heaven and on earth, all the gates of compassion seemed to have been closed. The killer killed and the Jews died and the outside world adopted an attitude either of complicity or of indifference. Only a few had the courage to care ..."</b></em>
        <b>-Elie Wiesel</b>
      <div class="information">
          The Holocaust of World War II was undoubtedly
          one of the darkest periods in the history of
          mankind. It is estimated that six million
          Jews died at the hands of the Nazi Germans.
          There exists many well known facts and 
          stories of heroes who contributed in some
          way, shape, or form to resist and,
          ultimately, bring down the German war
          However, there exists one heroine that has
          never been heard of by the majority of
          people. Her name is Irena Sendlerowa, also
          known as Irene Sendler. Irena Sendler was the
          head of the children's section of Zegota,
          the Polish Council to Aid Jews. She, along
          with some two dozen other Zegota members, 
          saved the lives of an estimated 2,500 young
          Jewish children. She was able to accomplish
          this by smuggling the children out of the 
          Warsaw Ghetto, providing them with false 
          identity documents. It would be later
          discovered that nearly all of the parents of
          the 2,500 rescued children died in the
          <a  href="" target="_blank">Treblinka extermination camp</a>.   
      <div class="recognitionList text-justify">
          <li>1965: Recognized by Yad Vashem as one of 
           the Polish Righteous among the Nations</li>
          <li>1991: Was made Honorary Citizen of 
          <li>1996: Was awarded the Commander's Cross
            of the Order of Polonia Restituta</li>
          <li>2001: Was awarded the Commander's Cross
            with Star (the higher version of the 
            previously listed award)</li>
          <li>2003: Received the Order of the White
            Eagle, Poland's highest civilian
          <li>2003: The Jon Karski Award for Courage
            and Heart, given by the American Center of
            Polish Culture in Washington, D.C.</li>
          <li>2006, 2007, 2008: Was nominated for the
            Nobel Peace Prize</li>
          <li>2007: Was honoured by the Polish
          <li>2007: Was awarded the Order of the
          <li>2007: Became honorary citizen of the
            cities Warsaw and Tarczyn
          <li>2008: Was honoured by the American
          <li>2009: Was posthumously granted the
            Humanitarian of the Year award from The
            Sister Rose Thering Endowment</li>
          <li>2009: Was posthumously granted the
            Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award
      <div class="additionalInfo text-center">
        <h2>For additional information about this
          wonderful human being, pleace click on
          the buttons below.<h2>
            <button type="button" class="btn btn-lg"><a href="" target="_blank">The Irena Sendler Project</a></button>
            <button type="button" class="btn btn-lg"><a href="" target="_blank">An Unsung Heroine</a></button>
            <button type="button" class="btn btn-lg"><a href="" target="_blank">WikiPedia</a></button>


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