Dutch football referee Leo Horn, born in 1916, was a resistance fighter during the Second World War, all the while hiding his Jewish identity.
Cultural soul in pre-war Vienna, killed in the Holocaust.
Captain of Yugoslavia, a qualified doctor, killed in a Nazi concentration camp.
Baltic views on WWII through the eyes of a young player turned pilot.
Left the football pitch behind to fight for ideology in the sky.
Player who commanded Hannover-Ahlem, a Nazi concentration camp.
Creating opportunities for blind people to enjoy football.
A German-Polish star in the Polish team, and then a player for the Third Reich.
The European coach from Austria who built bridges.
She challenged cultural norms, but was killed a collaborator in war-torn France.