Sugihara survivors : Jewish and Japanese, past and present / a film by Junichi Kajioka
"Fleeing from Nazi occupied Europe, thousands of Jewish refugees were able to escape by train across Russia and then by boat to Japan. This was due to a Japanese diplomat, Chiune Sugihara, working in Lithuania who issued transit visas contrary to his government's instructions. Many years later a Japanese writer, Akira Kitade, inherits a photo album with pictures of some of these refugees. He sets out on a mission to discover what became of these refugees. We follow him on his journey from Japan to the USA. The film features interviews with some of the "Sugihara Survivors" and their families" --Container.
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- Sugihara survivors : Jewish and Japanese, past and future
- Projected medium
- Los Angles, CA : Seventh Art Releasing, 
Record last modified: 2019-10-31 10:28:00
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