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Secure Pass (Schutz-Pass) issued to Mr. and Mrs. László Blatt by the Swedish Red Cross in Budapest on 11 October 1944, four days before the Nazis and Hungarian Arrow Cross Fascist Government resumed deportations to death camps.

Secure Pass (Schutz-Pass) issued to Mr. and Mrs. László Blatt by the Swedish Red Cross in Budapest on 11 October 1944, four days before the Nazis and Hungarian Arrow Cross Fascist Government resumed deportations to death camps.

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