Evidence Emerges of ‘Second Japanese Schindler’ Who Rescued Jews From Nazi Persecution

Evidence has emerged of a second Japanese diplomat who provided visas to European Jews fleeing Nazi persecution, raising the prospect that further undiscovered heroes are waiting to be recognized.

Saburo Nei — who served as Imperial Japan’s consul-general in the far eastern Russian city of Vladivostok during World War II — issued transit visas for Jews escaping persecution from Nazi Germany to pass through Japan.https://www.algemeiner.com/2020/06/08/evidence-emerges-of-second-japanese-schindler-who-rescued-jews-from-nazi-persecution/

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