Twenty-five years later, still many loose ends in three major Cold War Cases In 1944, the Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg went to Hungary to protect the Jewish population of Budapest from deportation and death at the hands of Nazi death… Read More »An inquiry steered from the top?
In 1941, Raoul Wallenberg maintained a temporary office address at Blasieholmsgatan 3, in the heart of the Wallenberg family business sphere. The new information suggests that his contact with his famous relatives was closer than previously thought. It also raises the… Read More »Blasieholmsgatan 3: New Questions about Raoul Wallenberg and the Wallenberg Family
Raoul Wallenberg frees a Jewish athlete from the grasp of the Nazis When Hungary was taken in 1944, the Nazis, sensing the final decision of WWII, tried to rush their extinction programme. The genocide did not even respect extraordinary… Read More »A remarkable document offered by an American auction house