Tatsuo Osako

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Tatsuo Osako (大迫辰雄), of Chiba, Japan was a citizen of the Japanese Empire during World War II who is most notable for transporting Jews to safety. He was responsible for transporting over 2,000 Jews from German-occupied counties, and ship them safely elsewhere. He, along with his partner Chiune Sugihara, is often referred to as the Japanese Schindler.[1]

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  1. ^ "Old photos reveal tale of Japan and Jews of WWII". Herald Online. October 18, 2010. 

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