- Workshop for teachers brings Wallenberg’s values to the classroom
- Wallenberg Exhibit opened in Budapest
- EJP. Paris street named after Swedish ”Righteous Gentile”
- A Guided Visit to Wallenberg’s Budapest
- The New York Times. A Filipino-American Effort to Harbor Jews Is Honored
- 100,000 names for 100,000 lives saved by Wallenberg
- Presentation of New Book on Wallenberg. Moscow, Russia.
The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation organized a workshop and presentation of its educational program ”One Person Can Make A Difference: Basic Values of a Democracy” for New York Region 3 Social Studies teachers on March 16th 2007 at Junior High School 185.
The exhibit ”Raoul Wallenberg – One man can make a difference” opened in Budapest accompanied by a pedagogical seminar and a series of lectures on the life and actions of the Swedish diplomat.
PARIS (EJP)— A Paris street has been named after Raoul Wallenberg, almost sixty-two years after the Swedish diplomat who rescued thousands of Jews during WWII disappeared in Budapest.
March, 2007. Last week-end when I was guided through the city of Budapest by the most wonderful person, Mrs. Alice Breuer, who was rescued twice by Raoul Wallenberg in 1944 and 1945.
CINCINNATI, Feb. 12 – It was a time when Jews were frantic to get out of Germany, risking voyages to places they were not sure would accept them and finding doors closed almost everywhere.
The IRWF launched a world wide campaign to definitively discover Raoul Wallenberg’s final destiny. Fill the form below and your name will be registered with thousands of others who will gather 100,000 names for the 100,000 lives Wallenberg saved in Budapest during Second World War. Help us claim for the solution of this case. The IRWF will present the collected signatures before the President of Russia and the UN.
Presentation of New Book on Wallenberg. Moscow, Russia.
Professor Paul A. Levine presents his coming book ”Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest: A Critical Re-evaluation of a Holocaust Hero” at the Embassy of Sweden in Moscow. Professor Levine is Research director of The Uppsala Programme for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Uppsala University. He is the author of many books about the Holocaust, among them ”Tell Ye Your Children…”. He will also be responsible for the seminars, which are to take place during the exhibition about Wallenberg to be opened in Moscow in September at the Andrei Sacharov Museum. Place: Embassy of Sweden, Ulitsa Mosfilmovskaya 60 – 16.00 pm.