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A Step Closer to Solving a Family Mystery?

A dear friend and champion of my book sent me an article this week from the New York Times written by Neil MacFarquhar, From a Dacha Wall, A Clue to Raoul Wallenberg’s Cold War Fate… 252 more words

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Raoul Wallenberg -- Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Hungarian Jews in WW2, then disappeared -- was 'liquidated by Soviet KGB'

Raoul Wallenberg was last seen alive on January 17, 1945 in Hungary

By Raf Sanchez, Jerusalem
The Telegraph
8 August 2016 • 3:48pm

The newly-published memoirs of the first chief of the KGB may shed light on the fate of a Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews from the Holocaust only to disappear in the final weeks of the Second World War. 1,293 more words

Saved to Remember, Frank Vajda

It is hard to know what is most awe-inspiring about this book – Vajda’s story of survival or all that he achieved in the years following his liberation. 542 more words

Raoul Wallenberg (Jew), Swedish Holocaust hero, executed in Soviet prison, diaries reveal (VERY GOOD!!!)

(JTA) — Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Hungarian Jews from the Nazi gas chambers, was executed in a Soviet prison, according to a KGB head’s diaries. 251 more words

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Righteous Among the Nations

During the Shoah, the biblical word for ‘the destruction”, and today, the standard Hebrew word for The Holocaust, the Nazi’s progress towards the Final Solution was aided and abetted by governments, armies, auxiliaries, officials, and individuals in the many countries that fell under the Axis thrall between 1939 and 1945. 562 more words

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Fooling the Nazis: How a Roman hospital invented 'K Disease' to save dozens of Jewish lives

The name was terrible, but the “K Disease” was not a lethal virus. It was actually the clever invention of Professor Giovanni Borromeo and a religious of the Hospital of the Brothers Hospitallers of Saint John of God, to save the lives of dozens of Jews persecuted by the Nazis during World War II. 520 more words