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Today in Jewish History - July 18 / Av 6

1944 July 18, REGENT MIKLOS HORTHY (Hungary)

Admiral Miklos Horthy
Offered the Red Cross to allow all children under ten with valid visas as well as anyone who had a British Palestine certificate to leave the country. Despite American pressure, the British stalled, refusing to commit themselves until August 17. By the time the arrangements were made it was too late and the Germans sealed the borders.

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