He is an expert on the subject of foreign prisoners in the Gulag, the fate of the Swedish Diplomat Raoul Wallenberg and Soviet doctors’ experimentation on humans. In 1990-91, he was a member of the International Commission on Raoul Wallenberg and participated in the Commission’s study of prisoner cards in Vladimir Prison and materials at the then secret Special, now Military Archive in Moscow. He has published three articles about his research on Raoul Wallenberg in the Russian press.
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English translated articles:
- Raoul Wallenberg and Mellaneuropeiska — Swedish economic “agents” in World War II
- Raoul Wallenberg and Ivan Serov’s Memoir “Notes from a Suitcase”
- Blasieholmsgatan 3: New Questions about Raoul Wallenberg and the Wallenberg Family , by S. Berger and V. Birstein
- Raoul Wallenberg’s Secret German Contacts
- Russia’s Constitutional Court Ruling may provide new Impetus in the Continuing Search for Raoul Wallenberg’s Fate
- Not a “nobody: choice of Raoul Wallenberg in 1944 not accidental
- KGB stopped investigation into Raoul Wallenberg’s Fate in late 1990
- The FSB Should Open Up the Wallenberg File
- Press Release: re: AP Article, Sept. 26, 2011 « Wallenberg Possibly Outlived Death Date »
- Surprised Again – New Documentation about Raoul Wallenberg’s Cellmate Surfaces
- Game Changer – FSB’s Surprising New Information About The Fate of Swedish Diplomat Raoul Wallenberg
- “RAOUL WALLENBERG WAS PRISONER NR 7 !!!”
An article describing the Soviet archival documents that have been released regarding the mysterious death of Raoul Wallenberg. Evreiskie Novosti (Moscow)
Article discussing the interrogations of Soviet prisoners who had been cell-mates of Raoul Wallenberg or his driver, Vilmos Langfelder.
Article discussing the imprisonment of Raoul Wallenberg in the Soviet Union, Nezavisimaya Gazeta.