U.S. Soldier Frank Towers, Who Rescued 2,500 Jews at End of WWII, Dies at 99

Towers was part of infantry division that stopped a German train bound for Theresienstadt; he later got in touch with over 200 of the survivors.

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Frank Towers, a U.S. officer who helped liberate 2,500 Jews from a train bound for extermination at the end of World War II, died this month at 99. In later life he contacted some of the people he had helped...