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Raoul Wallenberg

Activist, Diplomat (4-Aug-1912 — 17-Jul-1947)


Per Anger. With Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest: Memories of the War Years in Hungary. Holocaust Library. 1981. 191pp. Translation of Med Raoul Wallenberg i Budapest.

John Bierman. Righteous Gentile: The Story of Raoul Wallenberg, Missing Hero of the Holocaust. Penguin Books. 1996. 240pp.

Alan Gersten. A Conspiracy of Indifference: The Raoul Wallenberg Story. Xlibris Corporation. 2001. 359pp.

Andrew Handler. A Man for All Connections: Raoul Wallenberg and the Hungarian State Apparatus, 1944-1945. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1996. 123pp.

Gilbert Joseph. Mission sans retour: l'affaire Wallenberg. A. Michel. 1982. 446pp. Language: French.

Jenö Lévai; Frank Vajda. Raoul Wallenberg: His Remarkable Life, Heroic Battles and the Secret of His Mysterious Disappearance. White Ant Occasional Publishing. 1989. 313pp. Translated from a Hungarian text.

Harvey Rosenfeld. Raoul Wallenberg. Holmes & Meier. 1995. 265pp. An updated version released as Raoul Wallenberg: The Mystery Lives On, 2005.

Harvey Rosenfeld. Raoul Wallenberg, Angel of Rescue: Heroism and Torment in the Gulag. Prometheus Books. 1982. 261pp.

Danny Smith. Wallenberg: Lost Hero. Marshall Pickering. 1986. 192pp.

Rudolf Ströbinger. Das Rätsel Wallenberg. Burg. 1982. 247pp.

Raoul Wallenberg. Letters and Dispatches, 1924-1944. Arcade Publishing. 1995. 286pp.

Frederick E. Werbell; Thurston Clarke. Lost Hero: The Mystery of Raoul Wallenberg. McGraw-Hill. 1982. 284pp.


  1. 71 Years After He Vanished, Raoul Wallenberg Is Declared Dead
    by Sewell Chan. The New York Times, 31-Oct-2016.


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  6. Chambers Biographical Dictionary, 5th Edition (p.1527)

  7. Hutchinson Paperback Dictionary of Biography (p.504)

  8. The Biographical Dictionary of World War II (p.597)

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