Passport to life the rescue of Budapest Jews.
Looks at the actions of diplomats from five neutral countries stationed in Budapest, Hungary in 1944. Although they could not stop the actions of the German SS, Hungarian Nazis, and the Arrow Cross who were determined to exterminate all Jews, through courageous acts they helped slow down the genocide and saved many who have gone on to make significant contributions to society.
- [S.l.] : Honoring the Righteous, c2003
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