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By The Editors of LIFE

A moneygrubbing Nazi who spent his fortune saving Jews, a Bon Marche body spray vendor who turned a British secret agent, a Polish priest who gave his existence in order that one other guy may dwell. those are only the various traditional those that grew to become amazing heroes - off and on the battlefields of worldwide battle II.

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