Carl Lutz: A Forgotten Hero (at Mary Winspear Centre)


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During the last three years of WWII Carl Lutz, vice-consul to Switzerland, was stationed in Budapest. Using his position to help place them under the protection of the Swiss government, Lutz is credited with saving more than 60,000 Hungarian Jews, up to half of the surviving Jewish population in Budapest. Lutz remained unrecognized for his efforts and little has been written about him until now.

Join Charlotte Schallié and UVic graduate student, Noga Yarmar, on Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day in Canada) as they recount their interviews with survivors, who shared their stories with them.

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