A newly discovered document has revealed further information on the life of Jane Haining, a Christian missionary from Scotland who risked her life to protect hundreds of Jewish school girls during the Holocaust. She was later sent to Auschwitz, the infamous Nazi concentration camp in occupied Poland, because of her efforts to save lives. Jane Haining has been called "Scotland's Schindler."
One of the documents found is a handwritten will belonging to Haining. The will was found in a Church of Scotland archives attic in Edinburgh, Scotland. Old photos of Jane and her students were discovered, as well as documents detailing efforts to get her released from the Nazi death camp.