First stop in Krakow to the grave site of one of the most important rabbis in Jewish history. He was responsible for compiling Jewish law. His grave was meant to be destroyed by the Germans – just one of the many despicable habits they had - but as a German solider approached the grave, lightening hit the surrounding fence, jumped to the German’s bayonet and threw him back.
It scared the rest of the soldiers enough that they just left it alone, under a tree. But it didn’t scare them away from the other grave stones… they had plans for the others