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Published on Oct 7, 2014
In 1944, when the world was staggering toward the end of World War 2, Carl Lutz was Swiss Vice Consul in Budapest. After exhausting negotiations with Adolf Eichmann, he succeeded, by means of letters of safe conduct (so-called “Schutzpässe”), in saving thousands of persecuted Jews in Hungary from deportment and, thus, from certain death. The interactive videobook "Carl Lutz - Der vergessene Held" is available in the App Store and Google Play!