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  • Prague names street after Raoul Wallenberg to remember courageous Swedish diplomat

    PRAGUE–The Czech capital Friday inaugurated a street named after Raoul Wallenberg to honor this Swedish diplomat who saved ten thousands of Jews from the Holocaust during the World War II. A niece of Mr. Wallenberg, who perished in a Soviet prison after the war, Swedish and Czech officials took part in the naming ceremony to [...]

  • Iran’s Unlikely TV Hit

    Show Sympathetic to Plight Of Jews During the Holocaust Draws Millions Each Week Every Monday night at 10 o’clock, Iranians by the millions tune into Channel One to watch the most expensive show ever aired on the Islamic republic’s state-owned television. Its elaborate 1940s costumes and European locations are a far cry from the typical [...]

  • Still Trying to Solve the Wallenberg Mystery

    We noted with satisfaction your April 22 article on the Wallenberg family, in particular your reference to Raoul Wallenberg, to whose memory and work this foundation pays tribute. We would like to point out that, in fact, Raoul Wallenberg disappeared on Jan. 17, 1945, after the fall of Budapest to the Red Army and has [...]