A woman was pardoned for smuggling Jewish children into Switzerland during World War II. Aimee Stauffer-Stitelmann was pardoned under a new Swiss law. During the war, she was censured and jailed for 15 days for smuggling 15 children into Switzerland from Nazi-occupied France.
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