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Portrait of Gerhart Feine.

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    Portrait of Gerhart Feine.
    Portrait of Gerhart Feine.


    Portrait of Gerhart Feine.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Eric Saul

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    Eric Saul
    Copyright: Agency Agreement (No Fees)
    Source Record ID: File 36

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    Gerhart Feine (1894-1959), the German consul in Budapest who in the fall of 1944 informed several consular officials at neutral legations in the city about the impending deportation of Budapest Jewry. Feine, who directed the Jewish department of the German plenipotentiary in Hungary, betrayed the confidence of Reich plenipotentiary Edmund Veesenmayer and SS Colonel Adolf Eichmann, when he disclosed the plans of the Nazi regime to Raoul Wallenberg, Charles (Carl) Lutz and other neutral consular officials in Budapest. His betrayal was never discovered.

    [Source: Saul, Eric. "Visas for Life" exhibition, February 2000.]
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