Wallenbergmonument Det finns 31 offentliga minnesmonument över Raoul Wallenberg runtom i världen, spridda över fem kontinenter – ett faktum som sannolikt är föga känt i Sverige. Om dem står att läsa i en intressant och angelägen avhandling som tyska konstvetaren… Read More »Också vår tid behöver hjältar
Professor in Biology (Chicago), for the last 25 years tried to free Raoul Wallenberg and find out what happened to him. He was in the Vladimir prison where he first heard about Raoul Wallenberg. He was also an active member in the Russian-Sweden Working Group.Read More »Marvin Makinen and Ari Kaplan
David Matas is a lawyer in private practice in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Human Right expert. He is the author of a report titled “What Happened to Raoul Wallenberg” published in 1998. He has recently written a letter to Minister Cotler of Canada why Canada should be involved in making pressure on the russians.Read More »Matas, David
In 1991, she co-founded the ARK Project, to seek RW and other foreign prisoners taken illegal captive by the Soviets. Ms. Mesinai and her team were able to determine those few prisoners leaving Moscow 1947-48 who might have been RW or his colleague Vilmos Langfelder under a number or other name.
Historian at Memorial, has found documents about Willi Rödel, Raoul Wallenberg’s cellmate in Lefortovo prison. Is one of the greatest living expert on the Soviet Security Apparatus. More about Nikita Petrov: 2013 The Constitutional Court banned the late state secrets … Read More »Petrov, Nikita
Göran Rydeberg: PhD in Agrarian History, The report in Swedish was commissioned by Raoul Wallenberg Report of the Swedish-Russian Working Group, the other was presented in Budapest for the international seminari commemorating the 60th anniversary of Raoul Wallenbergs mission in Hungary. My main interest is focused on the international net-work of Wallenberg and his contacts with intelligence organizations and Hungarian resistance movements.Read More »Rydeberg, Göran