Element II Life in a Jar
Irena Sendler may be an unfamiliar name to many people, but she was a hero
who ( ) ( ) ( )
the Nazis and saved the lives of about 2,500 Jewish children during World
By 1942 the Germans had ( ) about 450,000 Jews
( ) the Ghetto, an area of about 3.4 square kilometers,
in Warsaw. Irena was a Polish social worker in the city. 看護師の制服を着て(3語),
she and her colleagues went into the Ghetto ( )
food, clothes and medicine ( ) help the people.
It soon became clear, however, that the final destination of ( )
( ) the Jews in the Ghetto was the death camps.
Irena’s group decided to save ( ) many children
( ) ( ).
They realized that telling parents to ( ) ( )
their children was a horrible task. In later life Irena remembered the
sad faces of Jewish mothers having to ( ) ( )
( ) their children. “We saw terrible scenes.
Sometimes fathers agreed, but mothers didn’t. We had to leave those
unfortunate families ( ) taking their children
( ) them. I’d go back there the next day
The fortunate children were ( ) ( )
in potato sacks or coffins. Others were buried in goods. ( )
( ) their parents and given new names, those children
were ( ) ( ) families and
religious groups ( ) ( )
help and risk their own lives. Older children were taught Christian prayers,
( ) ( ) their Jewish heritage
would not be noticed.
Not wanting to loose their family records, イレ―ナは彼女が救った全ての子供たちの名前をリストにつけていた。(12語)
She was hoping that she could one day ( ) them
( ) their families.