Wallenberg

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Wal·len·berg

(vahl'en-berg),
Adolf, German physician, 1862-1949. See: Wallenberg syndrome.
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Being the founder of the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation, I naturally had and still have a warm relationship with Nina Lagergren.
Displays honor the "righteous," including the French villagers of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, who hid Jews, and Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, who saved Jews in Hungary.
The text vivifies contributions by Raoul Wallenberg and Oskar Schindler to the rescue of the innocent.
Perhaps the War Refugee Board's most famous action was sending the Swedish businessman and diplomat Raoul Wallenberg (191247) to protect the Jews of Budapest, Hungary His Nazi adversary in that difficult and dangerous endeavor was Adolf Eichmann, who was in Budapest at the same time.
Raoul Wallenberg was a Swedish diplomat working at the Swedish embassy in Budapest.
Raoul Wallenberg: The Heroic Life and Mysterious Disappearance of the Man Who Saved Thousands of Hungarian Jews From the Holocaust, Ingrid Carlberg, MacLehose Press, 640 pages
United States Holocatist Memorial Museum 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place SW Washington, DC 1 p.m.
But from the depths of despair rose some very courageous, selfless individuals, such as Oskar Schindler, Raoul Wallenberg and Hannah Senesh, who risked their lives for the sakes of others in need, often for no gain and with no recognition.
Compositions include Rigoletto Fantasy for cello and orchestra on Verdi's opera, Interlude for string quartet and orchestra, Maze of Love for voice, piano and orchestra, Marche Triomphale for two pianos and percussion (GSO 2012 Commission), Carnival in Venice for violin and two cellos, My Heart Is In The East Raoul Wallenberg In Memoriam for solo cello (performed at the centenary celebrations and at the Swedish Parliament and members of the US Congress, 2012), Rene Descartes in Stockholm, for solo recorder, The Sea Of Flowers Is Rising Higher, elegy for solo cello in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, Christmas Cookies for mezzo-soprano and 3 cellos, and Suite for solo cello.
Synopsis: After reading a graduate student's thesis about the fate of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews in Budapest from 1944 to 1945, Professor Manny Gellerman--part-time detective, historian, and novelist--follows the twists and turns along unorthodox paths and uncovers some uncomfortable truths that may explain what happened when Wallenberg was arrested by the Soviets in 1945, taken to Moscow, and left to fester in a Lybianka prison.
The fate of Raoul Wallenberg has remained a mystery for seventy years, and Alan Lelchuk's novel Searching for Wallenberg uses a fictional investigation to explore the real question of what happened.