Paul Fisch, a college student in Zurich, arranged for a certificate to be sent to his parents and brother in Hungary. The certificate arrived too late to help his brother Robert who was already in a forced labor brigade, but his parents received it. One day, his father left their apartment without the paper and was arrested. His mother however survived in hiding with the certificate. Paul was also part of a student group whose members helped George Mandel-Mantello distribute copies of the Auschwitz Protocol to foreign embassies in Switzerland.
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