Interesting. History rolls on

On July 31 1986, Chiune Sugihara passed away peacefully in a Japanese hospital. This quiet, unassuming family man single-handedly saved the lives of at least 6,000 Jews during World War II, and while he is one of many hundreds of people that could not reconcile their own code of morality with that of their governments at that time, his efforts to rescue people have gone largely unnoticed by the world.