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Descendants of Holocaust Survivors Praise Japanese Diplomat’s Act of Mercy

In the summer of 1940, a Japanese diplomat in Lithuania profoundly altered the future of many families shattered by World War Two. As VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports from Chicago, a reunion of two families separated by war, language, culture, distance and time -- joined by a simple act -- continues to serve as a powerful reminder that one person can have a lasting impact on thousands more.

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