WWII Holocaust Heroines - The Cook Sisters - Louise and Ida Cook

WWII Holocaust Heroines - The Cook Sisters - Louise and Ida Cook

British sisters Louise and Ida Cook rescued Jews from the Nazis during the 1930s. The sisters helped people escape, funded mainly by Ida's writing, (a romance novelist as Mary Burchell).

 

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