—–Boston Globe, December 12, 2005, article by Joseph Kahn———

Deeds earn place among the righteous

Wellesley couple helped hundreds flee Nazi regime during Holocaust
By Joseph P. Kahn, Globe Staff | December 12, 2005

In February 1939, a young Wellesley couple embarked on a mission that would alter their lives and thousands of others. The Rev. Waitstill Sharp, 37, a Unitarian minister, and his wife, Martha, 33, set aside personal concerns for a vastly more urgent cause. Leaving their two young children behind, they arrived in Czechoslovakia a month before the German occupation and began assisting Prague’s growing refugee population.

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submitted by Rosian Zerner in Boston