Life of Abdol Hossein-Sardari, the Iranian Schindler

 Abdol Hossein Sardari was an Iranian diplomat with Azerbaijani Descent.

He is credited with saving thousands of Jews in Europe, He has since been known as “The Iranian Schindler” or "The Schindler of Iran"

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