The U.S. Postal Service will issue a stamp honoring an American diplomat who saved 2,500 people, including many Jews, in France during World War II. Hiram Bingham IV, who was U.S. vice consul in Marseille, saved the people by issuing fake visas and by hiding people in his home.
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