Unknown hero - Carl Lutz and the Hungarian Holocaust

“Carl Lutz experienced the same trance as us, all of us. It was a chaotic period, when your decisions, actions could not be judged as in the past, normally, when you sat down and said “Well, what are you doing next week? How am I going to pay the bills? How can I help and raise my child?”

Everything was abstract, floating in an unreal cloud, we approached our work in a way that we could not have imagined in normal times.” (Pál Fábry, Hungarian-American diplomat and businessman, the founder of the Joseph Pulitzer Price in Hungary)

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