Dear Mr. President,

27-03-1947 , by Guy von Dardel

Dear Mr. President,

I write to you concerning the whereabouts of my brother, Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish citizen who went to Hungary in July, 1944 as the representive of President Rossevelt’s War Refugee Board and who has been missing since the Soviet Foreign Office early in the 1946 declared him to be under Russian protection.

I appeal to you because I believe that his fate, apart from being a source of continuous anguish to his family, also touches the conscience of this great democraty. I ask your aid because my borther’s mercy mission – which included the rescue of 20 000 Hungarian Jews – was carried out under American associates in Stockholm as well as thepeople of Budapest estimate that perhaps 100 000 men, women and children owe their survival to him…

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