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The Wallenberg Legend

    A new campaign of slander against the Soviet Union has been released in Sweden. Delving into the rubbish heap of anti-Soviet fabrications, the servitors of Swedish and foreign reactions have drgged out and revived the so-called Wallenberg affair. The substance… 

    The Smoltsov Report

      The Smoltsov report – analysis and comment

      Texte from the Report of the Swedish-Russian Working group, Stockholm 2000

      “As the Smoltsov report is the only document that has something definite to say about Raoul Wallenberg’s fate, further analysis and comment is necessary. In the first place, a representative of the working group from the Russian Ministry of Security talked to the prison doctor’s son, Viktor Aleksandrevitch Smoltsov (who refused to meet the interview group on the grounds that he had nothing further to add to the details given below). The son  was 23 years old in 1947 and already employed in the security service. He stated that his father was unexpectedly called to his work on an evening in July 1947. This was unusual considering that he suffered from heart disease, did not therefore work full-time and was preparing to be discharged. His father did not return until the following morning and then said that a Swede had died in the MGB inner prison (Lubianka). This story must be treated in the same way as every other oral communication; it comprises a version which is not sufficient proof in itself.

      In an effort to determine the authenticity of the Smoltsov report, it was decided at an early stage to have the handwriting analysed by experts and to subject it to a technical investigation. The Russian side undertook to do this at an institute of forensic expertise at the Soviet Ministry of Justice (App. 48). As far as the technical analysis was concerned, their conclusions were that the report could have been written on the date mentioned, i.e., 17 July 1947. It was not possible to determine by means of a chemical analysis (of ink and paper) the exact point in time on which the report was created because there is no method of determining the absolute age of a document based on changes in the material due to its age.

      Dear Mr. President,

        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… 

        In Honour of the Swedish Names!

          Svenska Dagbladet , the daily in Sweden wrote 1945 april 20th

          Since the battle of Budapest is over, after the bloody battle of months and months finally we are happy to learn that the Swedes stationed in Hungary, Budapest, appears to be safe – some news of their destiny has reached us.

          More over we are very proud and happy to learn that our Swedish Legation and the Swedish Red Cross in Budapest has been able to rescue