Pere Marie-Benoit and Jewish Rescue: How a French Priest Together with Jewish Friends Saved Thousands During the Holocaust

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"Provides a close-up look at how rescue during the Holocaust worked... To reveal in detail what happened over half a century ago constitutes an astonishing piece of sleuthing." Michael Phayer, author of The Catholic Church and the Holocaust, 1930-1965 (IUP, 2001 ) "Uncovers the story of one remarkable religious and priest during humanity's darkest time... The work is extremely compelling, engaging the reader's full attention, and challenging to put down." Kevin P. Spicer, author of Antisemitism, Christian Ambivalence, and the Holocaust (IUP, 2007) "On May 10, 1940, the German Army attacked Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. On May 14, the Germans broke through the French lines at Sedan and the battle for France began. This started a new, tragic chapter in the history of European Jewry [...] Two hundred years ago, Rabbi Judah Alkalai coined a phrase: "Exile is a crime." How right he was. Jews on the run lost everything they had. They needed false documents, ration cards, food and a roof over their heads. They needed friends to emigrate, to cross the Swiss or Spanish borders. Pierre Peteul - known as Pere Marie-Benoit, or Padre Maria Benedetto in the underground - became such a friend. Holocaust survivors remember how this Catholic Capuchin French priest, together with Jewish friends, saved thousands from deportation." - Alexander Zvielli, Jerusalem Post "Pere Marie-Benoit, a French Capuchin priest, known in Italy, where he was also involved in rescue work, as Padre Maria Benedetto, was undoubtedly a hero. He hid his Jewish 'proteges', supplied them with false papers and, together with Jewish friends, helped thousands of French Jews to escape to Spain and Switzerland." - The Tablet

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Susan Zuccotti narrates the life and work of Pere Marie-Benoit, a courageous French Capuchin priest who risked everything to hide and save Jews in France and Italy during the Holocaust. Who was this extraordinary priest and how did he become adept at hiding Jews, providing them with false papers, and helping them to elude their persecutors? First from a monastery in Marseille and later in Rome, Pere Marie-Benoit worked with Jewish co-conspirators to build remarkably effective Jewish-Christian rescue networks. Despite a cold reception from Pope Pius XII, who declined to assist in their efforts, they persisted in their clandestine activities until the Allies liberated Rome. To tell this remarkable tale, in addition to her research in French and Vatican archives, Zuccotti personally interviewed Pere Marie-Benoit, his family, Jewish rescuers with whom he worked, and survivors who owed their lives to his network.

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