Hungarian Jews and the Wallenberg Legacy

As anti-Semitism rises again in countries like Hungary, "never again" is a reminder of atrocities as well as the sacrifices made by heroes like Raoul Wallenberg. Photo by M. Streich, Dachau Concentration Camp.

Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat in Budapest, saved the lives of 100,000 Hungarian Jews scheduled for transportation to Nazi extermination camps. Wallenberg disappeared after meeting with Soviet military leaders and probably died in a Soviet prison.

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