Tibor Rubin survived a German concentration camp as a child. Years later, he joined the US Army to give back to the country that had liberated him. But an anti-Semitic superior officer kept him from getting recognition for his heroic deeds. As a POW during the Korean War, he saved at least 40 of his fellow prisoners from starvation by using the survival skills he’d learned in the concentration camp. Anti-Semitism denied him the honors he was due for 55 years until President George W. Bush awarded Rubin the Congressional Medal of Honor in 2005.