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Published on Jan 25, 2012
Tibor Rubin's story should be known by every American. Born a Hungarian Jew, he was sent to die in a concentration camp as a child. When freed by Americans, he vowed to God that he would become a GI himself. He later saved his entire Army unit in Korea by defending a mountaintop alone. When captured, he refused release so that he could use lessons he learned in concentration camps to help other American POWs survive. Few lives embody the love of God -- and the greatness of the human spirit -- more than this child war refuge who received our nation's highest honor.