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The time was 1939 and the place was Poland, the birthplace of Antonin Zabinski and her husband, Dr. Jan Zhabinsky. Zoo Warsaw flourished under the guidance of Jan and Antonina care for them. When the country was captured by the Nazis, Jan and Antonin were forced to report to the head of the Zoologist appointed a new Reich, Lutz Heck. ATZabinskis secretly began to work against the plan and save the lives of hundreds that became the Warsaw ghetto.

Zookeeper’s wife described the expenses of the napaziteli Zoo Warsaw, Antonina and Jan Jabinsky, who saved hundreds of people and animals during the German invasion.

The Zookeeper's Wife

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