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September 26, 2005
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President Bush awarded the nation’s highest military honor to a Holocaust survivor who served with U.S. forces in Korea and was a prisoner of war. In a White House ceremony last Friday for Tibor Rubin, Bush alluded to the anti-Semitic discrimination the immigrant from Hungary suffered during his service in the U.S. army, and which apparently was a factor in the long wait for a Medal of Honor.

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