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The Kasztner Affair

In March 1957, Rezso Kasztner was assassinated in Tel Aviv. He was a Hungarian Jew who had saved nearly 1700 people from the Holocaust by negotiating with Nazis. In Israel he had been accused of being a Nazi collaborator.

(Photo: Rezso Kasztner, courtesy of Kasztner family)

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Tue 15 Mar 2016 08:50GMT

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