Daughter of Holocaust hero visits Israel

He rescued thousands of Jews in Hungary.

By LES GLASSMAN, LARRY PFEFFER
May 3, 2019 06:35
4 minute read.
Daughter of Holocaust hero visits Israel

Larry Pfeffer, Agnes Hirschi and Les Glassman. (photo credit: LES GLASSMAN)

 
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When we think of the Holocaust and the kind, resourceful and brave people who risked and sacrificed so much in order to save Jews, which names come to mind? People such as Raoul Wallenberg, Oscar Schindler and Chiune Sugihara.

To most people, Carl Lutz, the Swiss diplomat in Budapest, who was “recognized” long ago by Yad Vashem and other organizations and who even appears on an Israeli stamp, is hardly known.

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