09:34 23 Aug 2016
By Keiji Hirano
TOKYO, Aug. 23, Kyodo
A London-based Japanese actor has combined a brief documentary film that sheds light on people who helped Jews shun from Nazi harm as good as those who have worked to see that this story is upheld on.
“There was a Japanese diplomat who released visas in rebuttal of a Japanese supervision to concede thousands of Jewish refugees to transport to Japan around a former Soviet Union so they could shun from a Holocaust, and there was a male who escorted them from Vladivostok to capacitate them to conduct to a United States and other destinations around Japan,” pronounced Junichi Kajioka.
“I also schooled about another man, Mr. Akira Kitade, who has been digging out a behind-the scenes stories. we wanted to visually request their efforts,” Kajioka, 46, added.
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