Search for Swedish Holocaust hero

17-01-2005 , by Leonid Ragozin , ed. BBC News in Russia

Leonid Ragozin writes at BBC News; « In 1998, I spent four days working as a translator for a research group trying to find evidence supporting reports that Wallenberg may have still been alive long after 1947 when, according to the official Russian version, he died of a stroke.

Our minivan struggled its way from Moscow to the town of Vladimir through a blinding blizzard, unusual for early April.

In addition to its architectural treasures, this ancient Russian town is home to one of the country’s most notorious prisons – Vladimirsky Central. In Stalin’s times it served as a collector for prisoners before they were transferred to concentration camps in Siberia and the Far East. » -> More
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