October 10, 2012 - Wallenberg: The Centenary of a Hero NYC

November 7, 2012- The Raoul Wallenberg Civic Courage Award to be Awarded in NYC

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Russians print new info linked to Raoul Wallenberg
July 31, 2011
Russian archivists have published new material from a German officer imprisoned after World War II who shared a cell with Raoul Wallenberg, the missing Swedish diplomat credited with rescuing tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews.

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One Step Closer to the Truth
Raoul Wallenberg was Prisoner #7! March 31, 2010
Courtesy of Susanne Berger, a former independent consultant to the Swedish Russian Working Group, member of the Independent Investigation of Raoul Wallenberg's fate. Dr. Vadim Birstein is a former member of the Swedish-Russian Working Group.

Clues Surface in Wallenberg Mystery
by Arthur Max & Randy Herschaft , April 27 2008

If Wallenberg's death in 1947 was a lie, the question remains: Why was he never freed?

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Remembering Raoul
By Joshua Prager - Oct 28, 2009
The Swedish physicist Guy von Dardel was buried last month at age 90 without having realized the great quest of his life: freeing Raoul Wallenberg, his older half-brother who safeguarded some 20,000 Jews from the Nazis before disappearing into Soviet captivity in January 1945.

The Wallenberg Curse
by Joshua Prager, February, 2009

"The Search for the Missing Holocaust Hero Began in 1945. The Unending Quest Tore His Family Apart".

Gunnar Lagergren: In memorium
January 2009

"The Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the United States expresses its condolences to Mrs. Nina Lagergren, sister of Raoul Wallenberg, on the passing of her beloved husband Gunnar"..

Raoul Wallenberg’s Lost Inheritance
Courtesy of Susanne Berger, November 11, 2008

There has long been speculation about what Raoul Wallenberg inherited from the estates of his paternal grandparents, Gustaf and Annie Wallenberg. Gustaf died in 1937, Annie in 1952. New documents discovered in Stockholm Stadsarkiv and described here for the first time, show that had Raoul returned from his imprisonment in the Soviet Union, he would have been quite well off.

Why not a word about Raoul Wallenberg?
By Susanne Berger, October 22, 2008

International journalist, Susanne Berger’s research addresses the wider political and economic aspects of Wallenberg's humanitarian mission to Budapest, as well as their associated effects on the investigation of his disappearance. For six years, Susanne served as a consultant to the Swedish-Russian Working Group on the Fate of Raoul Wallenberg.

The Three Crowns on Raoul Wallenberg's protective Passport
By Ben Olander

Ben Olander, a gifted Swedish storyteller and songwriter, first heard about Raoul Wallenberg from his Danish grandparents who took an active part in smuggling Jews and resistance fighters from Denmark to Sweden during WWII. He has been a friend of the Committee for many years. While looking at the design of Raoul's schutzpas, Ben noticed something odd about the formation of the Swedish crowns. Here is his story: "The Mystery of the Swedish Crowns - Wallenberg's Secret Tribute".

 A Memorial Tribute To Thomas Veres
Sharon Linnea, August 28, 2003

Thomas Veres was twenty years old when he met Raoul Wallenberg in the Swedish legation in Budapest. Tom’s father, Paul Veres, was the top society photographer in Hungary, and young Tom was a photographer, too. Wallenberg, with his ability to use everyone’s best talents, immediately assigned Tom to be his "personal photographer."

Soviet double agent may have betrayed Wallenberg
Courtesy of Reuters, May 12, 2003

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A Soviet double agent may have betrayed the Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg who saved thousands of Hungarian Jews from Nazi death camps in World War Two, a researcher said Monday.

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