So we made a thoroughfare for Freedom and her train, Sixty miles in latitude, three hundred to the main; Treason fled before us, for resistance was in vain, While we were marching through Georgia. We bring the jubilee! The Flag that makes you free!
His courage and bravery is now praised by thousands of Jews. Many tributes have been made to Sugihara, who has been recognized as Righteous Among the Nations. A hero is someone who is greatly regarded for his achievements or qualities. There are many ways to see a hero, as the main figure in a poem, play or story, sometimes as a warrior.
To be a hero takes boldness, courage, and dignity. I believe a hero has to have a kind and thoughtful heart in order to achieve his actions. Along with being a hero, it takes a lot of sacrifice and risk.
Heroes sometimes sacrifice their career, future, or family, and they sometimes risk losing their lives. Not every one can be a hero, but when someone strives to help another person from danger, he or she should gain some kind of recognition for his or her actions.
Chiune Sugihara was a Japanese consul in Lithuania whose bravery is praised by many Jewish people. Sugihara gave Jews entry visas, which was against the order of the Japanese government. Because of his actions, he lost his job and respectability in much of Japanese society Foster.
As a young man in junior high school, he was good at English and hoped to be an English teacher. As an adult, Sugihara was interested in foreign ideas, religion, philosophy and language. He married a Caucasian women named Yukiko, who helped him greatly in saving the Jews.
Sugihara was raised in the strict Japanese code of ethics in a samurai family. He learned the virtues of the Japanese society, that included love for the familyfor the sake of the children, duty and responsibility, or obligation to repay a debt, and not to bring shame on the family.
Internal strength and resourcefulness and withholding of emotions on the surface, were other virtues Sugihara learned and displayed in his attempted to rescue the Jews. In order for the fugitives to escape, they needed transit visas. On a summer morning in late July,consul Sugihara awakened to a crowd of Jewish refugees gathered outside the consulate.
The refugees knew that their only path lay to the east and if Sugihara would grant them Japanese transit visas, they could obtain exit visas and race to possible freedom.
Sugihara needed permission from the Japanese Foreign Ministry; otherwise, he had no authority to issue out hundreds of visas.
But permission was denied three times by the Japanese government. Now Sugihara was faced with a difficult decision.
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