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April 14, 2005
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Kalman Ferenczfalvi, who saved approximately 2,000 Jews during the Holocaust, died last Friday at 84. During World War II, Ferenczfalvi ignored orders and designated Jewish workers to guard the Budapest headquarters of the International Red Cross, saving them from deportation, The Associated Press reported.

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