Wallenberg


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Wal·len·berg

(vahl'en-berg),
Adolf, German physician, 1862-1949. See: Wallenberg syndrome.
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This led me to approach UN secretary-general Annan, and in fact, back in August 2002, on occasion of Raoul Wallenberg's 90th birthday, I was kindly invited by him and Nane to have tea at their New York residence, together with my wife, Perla.
According to the diaries of Ivan Serov, who ran the Soviet KGB from 1954 to 1958, Wallenberg was executed in a Soviet prison in 1947.
Wallenberg joined Cobalt in 2007 as a product engineer involved in everything from low-level schematic and PCB design to firmware development.
One particular incident stands out: (5) Raoul Wallenberg has heard about the nightly killings at one of the bridges crossing the Danube in Budapest.
Swedish journalist Ingrid Carlberg has written the most comprehensive biography of her countryman Wallenberg that we are ever likely to get.
The paper was written by Yuanyuan Li, Qilang Fu, Shun Yu, Min Yan and Lars Berglund, Wallenberg Wood Science Center, Department of Fiber and Polymer Technology, and School of Information and Communication Technology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
The Wallenberg Centre for Protein Research will receive funding and expertise from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, AstraZeneca, the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Uppsala University and Chalmers University of Technology.
Wallenberg was a Swedish diplomat who saved an undisclosed number of Jews and persecuted people in Hungary during the Holocaust.
Critique: Impressively well written from beginning to end, "Searching for Wallenberg" is a unique, deftly crafted, and entertaining read that clearly documents Alan Lelchuck as a novelist of considerable skill and imagination.
Alan Lelchuk; SEARCHING FOR WALLENBERG; Mandel Vilar Press (Fiction: Historical) 26.95 ISBN: 9781942134039
The delegation included Marcus Wallenberg, chairman of Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken, Sb AB, AB Electrolux, Hans Bestberg, president and CEO, Ericsson, Tom Johnstone, President and CEO, SKF, Peje Emilsson, executive chairman, Kreab and Gavin Anderson, founder and executive chairman of Kunskapsskolan Education, Hans Straberg, vice vhairman, Atlas Copco AB, board member, investor AB, Stora Enso, chairman, Roxtec AB, Orchid Orthopedics, Keith McLoughlin, president and CEO Electrolux, Conni Jonsson, managing partner and chairman of the Board, EQT, Michael Treschow, chairman Unilever, Hakan Buskhe, president and CEO of SB and Magnus Scholdtz, senior adviser to the chairman of Wallenberg Foundation.
Charles Mayne Young played the title role, with Eliza O'Neill as his daughter Urilda, Charles Kemble as Adelmar the Swiss guard in love with Urilda, and William Charles Macready as the sadistic Governor Wallenberg. Honored as a Swiss patriot, Fredolfo had, ten years before the play commences, murdered the father of Wallenberg for his advances on his wife.