An Evening with Nobuki Sugihara

“They were human beings and they needed help,” said Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara of the six thousand Jews he helped rescue during World War II. At this special event, we invite you to meet his son, Nobuki Sugihara, who will tell the extraordinary story of how his father risked the family’s lives and his career to issue transit visas granting Jews safe passage through Japanese territory. Survivors and the descendants of survivors are especially welcome.

Free; advance registration recommended.











When: Wed., May 22, 2019 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Pl.
646-437-4202
Price: Free
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“They were human beings and they needed help,” said Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara of the six thousand Jews he helped rescue during World War II. At this special event, we invite you to meet his son, Nobuki Sugihara, who will tell the extraordinary story of how his father risked the family’s lives and his career to issue transit visas granting Jews safe passage through Japanese territory. Survivors and the descendants of survivors are especially welcome.

Free; advance registration recommended.

Buy tickets/get more info now