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October 18, 2006
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Hungary honored a Red Cross representative for saving thousands of Hungarians, many of them Jews, at the end of World War II. Officials dedicated a plague at Pannonhalma Abbey to Swiss national Eduard Benedek Brunschweiler, who protected about 3,000 people at the abbey at the end from 1944-45.

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