Swedish photographer Karl Gabor, a friend of the IRWF was on the scene for the opening of the exhibit.
The Raoul Wallenberg Exhibit, ”Raoul Wallenberg – One Man Can Make a Difference,” was opened on September 5, 20007 at the Sakharov Museum and Center in Moscow, Russia. The exhibit, which is property of the Jewish Museum of Sweden, ran at the Sakharov Museum until October 21, 2007, It is now set for a winter opening at St. Petersburg, Russia. The run at the Sakhorov Museum in Moscow was accompanied by a pedagogical seminar and a series of lectures on the deeds, courage and life of Raoul Wallenberg. The exhibit and the following seminars were attended by many including foreign dignitaries, professors and members of the Wallenberg family.
Swedish photographer Karl Gabor, a friend of the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation, was on the scene for the opening of the exhibit and for these seminars. Below is a slide show featuring the photos of Mr. Gabor with his commentary.
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