The man who saved hundreds
Chiune Sugihara wired his government three times for permission to issue visas to the Jewish refugees. Three times he was denied. The Japanese Consul in Tokyo wired no. So he had a choice write the visas anyway or let the refugees suffer so he dicided to disobay the government and wright the visas anyway he wrote visas for a month wishing each on good luck even more so when the solviet union was making him move he wrote visas up untill he had to move then he was still writeing them on the train. As the train was leaveing he threw all the rest out the window at the refugees.
Chiune Sugihara died on July,311986 But when he died he left a part of him behind in the people who he saved.There may be 40,000 people who owe there lives to Chiune. Two generations have come after the original Sugihara survivors. Chiune Sugihara did great deed that will forever be rembered.