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Buy and Download Description Margit Slachta (1884-1974), Hungarian founder of the Roman Catholic female religious congregation the Society of the Sisters of Social Service, coupled zeal for social justice with religious convictions in rescue and relief efforts between 1939 and 1945 for Jewish families whom she called the "persecuted ones."1 She protected Slovakian and Hungarian Jews with the assistance of her religious community and a large network of lay Catholic women spiritually associated with the Sisters of Social Service. She also collaborated with a circle of Jewish women, the Hungarian Jewish Welfare Bureau, and various relief agencies.2 In the years immediately following the Second World War, she raised awareness of the considerable contribution of Protestant churches in rescue efforts. Margit Slachta (1884-1974), Hungarian founder of the Roman Catholic female religious congregation the Society of the Sisters of Social Service, coupled zeal for social justice with religious convictions in rescue and relief efforts between 1939 an
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