A Swiss diplomat has been credited with leading the largest civilian rescue operation of World War Two. But instead of being applauded for saving thousands of Jewish lives, he was reprimanded and – until recently – largely forgotten, as the BBC’s Imogen Foulkes reports.
Historians estimate Carl Lutz saved up to 62,000 Budapest’s Jews from Hitler’s death furnaces. This shows what one fearless person can do.
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Henry Luke 1/8/2018
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