Imagine seeing your face on a stamp. Second World War survivor Judith Weiszmann doesn't have to imagine it. Her image is on a stamp that honors Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat credited with saving tens of thousands of Jewish lives in Nazi-occupied Hungary.
I had the chance to speak with Mrs Weiszmann this evening when she told me about how she got out of Europe and eventually settled in Winnipeg.
She also told me about meeting Wallenberg so many years ago.
It really is a remarkable story.
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