Chiune Sugihara's Efforts To Help Jews During World War II

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During the years of World War, Two more than 5 million Jews were unjustly taken from their families and placed in concentration camps in which they would often be killed by the German Government. Jews were helpless and were desperately in need of some help because of the fact that they were slowly becoming extinct in the result of the cruel and evil acts of the German Government. Sadly, not too many people were bold enough to stand up for the Jews at this time. Luckily one man was able to overcome the possible outcomes of helping Jews at the time. Chiune Sugihara, a Japanese diplomat, and his wife Yukiko were one of few who made real efforts to help aid Jews during this time. From July 18 to August 28, 1940, Chiune Sugihara, would spend his
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