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Dutch Non-jew Who Saved Jews from Nazi Hands Honored in Argentina

The Jewish Culture and Information Institute and the Jewish-Christian Brotherhood jointly paid tribute at a public gathering today to Miss Corrie Ten Boom, a visiting Dutch Protestant leader who rescued hundreds of Jews during the Nazi occupation. Her family was totally annihilated in Nazi camps for similar aid to Jewish fellow prisoners and she herself survived the Ravensbruck concentration camp by what she said was a miracle.