Name: The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation.
La fundación tiene como misión honrar el ejemplo de Raoul Wallenberg, uno de los héroes más grandes de nuestros tiempos.
Fundador: Baruch Tenembaum
34 East 67th Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY. 10021
Phone: 1-212-737-3275
Fax: 1-212-535-6262
Web site:

Ciudadano honorario

Resolution proclaiming Raoul Wallenberg to be honorary citizen of the City and County of San Francisco was signed by the Board of Supervisors of San Francisco. On october 2004.
Signed by:
Aaron Peskin – District 3:
Bevan Dufty – District 8:
See the resolution


Ubicación: Holocaust Museum, Southewest Florida
Un busto del Sr. Wallenberg, encargado por Abe Asli y creado por el artista checo Ladislav Vlna, se presentará en el evento TRIUNFO 2013 del Museo por Cecilia Ahlberg, una sobrina nieta del Sr. Wallenberg.


Nombre: Wallenberg, el musical
Director: Annette Jolles
Libro y Letras: Laurence Holzman & Felicia Needleman
Musica: Benjamin Rosenbluth
Contacto: (212) 769-4547 *


Name: ”Homage to Raoul Wallenberg”.
Sculptress: Norma D’Ippólito (Argentine).
Locations in USA:

  • the offices of U.S. Congressman Tom Lantos. Presented to the Congressman on May 1999 by the IRWF.
  • the Vatican Mission to the United Nations. Unveiled on September 2000. Presented by the IRWF to Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Secretary of State of the Holy See and to Apostolic Nuncio Monsignor Renato Martino.
  • the Portugal Delegation in Manhattan. Presented on April 2001 to Mrs. Sheila Fleischacker, granddaughter of portuguese rescuer Aristides de Sousa Mendes.

Web Site: See the sculpture

Homage Web Site

Name: To Raoul Wallenberg.
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies of the University of Minnesota has created a website to commemorate Raoul Wallenberg’s heroic actions. They also have a project on their campus to construct a Wallenberg Memorial.
Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
University of Minnesota
Director: Dr. Stephen Feinstein
Address: 100 Nolte Hall West
315 Pillsbury Drive
Minneapolis, MN. 55455
Phone: 612-626-2235
Fax: 612-626-9169

Minnesotta’s Decree

The State of Minesotta proclaimed on October 5th 1999 the Raoul Wallenberg Day in Minnesota.
Signed by: Steve Sviggum, Speaker
Minesotta House of Representatives.
Web site

Virtual Library Biography

Name: ”Raoul Wallenberg”.
Made by American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, a nonpartisan organization to strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship.
President: Claire G. Mazer
American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise
Address: 2810 Blaine Dr.
City: Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Tel. 301-565-3918
Fax. 301-587-9056
Web site

Films and Videos

Name: Rescue in Scandinavia.
Raoul Wallenberg’s and Count Folke Bernadotte’s stories of rescues. Year: 1994.
Made by the Moral Courage Foundation.
President: Sy Rotter
Address: 1800 K Street, NW – Suite 1120
Washington, DC 20006
Phone: 202-429-9320
Fax: 202-659-2667
Web site:

Storytelling CD

Name: One righteous man: the story of Raoul Wallenberg
By: Syd Lieberman
The renowned storyteller Syd Lieberman chronicles the inspiring manner in which Wallenberg saved 100,000 Jews,
through the eyes of is own Great Aunt, who lived in Budapest at the time. Syd Lieberman is an internationally acclaimed
storyteller, an award-winning teacher, and author.
Contact: 2522 Ashland
Evanston, IL 60201
Phone: 847-328-6281


Name: The Annual Wallenberg Memorial Lecture.
Was established in 1983 at the Gustavus Adolphus College to honor the heroism and legacy of Raoul Wallenberg.
Gustavus Adolphus College
Director: Stacia Senne
Address: 800 W. College Ave. St. Peter MN 56082-1498
Phone: 507- 933-7510
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Place.
Location: Washington D.C.
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Lane.
The Jewish synagogue Congregation Bet El is located at 3900 Raoul Wallenberg Lane.
Location: Missouri City, Texas.
Web site

Postal Stamp

Name: Commemorative Stamp Raoul Wallenberg.
A Commemorative stamp was released by the US Postal Service and presented to Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani on May 2nd 1997.
For information contact:
Colleen Roche or Brenda Perez
Phone: 212 788 2958
Web site 1
Web site 2


Name: Koszonom (Thank You) Raoul Wallenberg.
The sculpture addresses the man and his deeds. Raoul Wallenberg, Architecture, 1935 class.
Location: Entrance of the Art and Architecture Building in Ann Arbor, University of Michigan.
Artist: Jon Rush
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Ethics.
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Ethics is located in Malibu. It conducts an annual conference on peace and human rights. Co-founded by the late Michael Landon.
Director: Dr. Stephen Sideroff
Address: Supercare Center 23357
Pacific Higway Coast 90265
City Malibu- California
Fax 310-317-1414
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Scholarship. The Hebrew University.
A program designed to promote leadership in democracies.
Director: The Hebrew University office in New York
Phone: (212) 472-2288
Web site


Name: The Raoul Wallenberg Shell Overton Park.
At the request of the National Council of Christians and Jews, the Shell was named after Raoul Wallenberg in 1982.
Location: Memphis,TN


Raoul Wallenberg Tributes around the world.
The Emanuel Foundation for Hungarian Culture honors the memory of Raoul Wallenberg.
9745 Queens Boulevard, Suite: 614
Rego Park, N.Y., 11374, U.S.A.,
Phone: 718 – 896 – 8300
Fax: : 718 – 896 – 8300
Emails: |
Web site 1
Web site 2

Theatre Play

Name: California Holocaust Play Wallenberg.
The courage of one man facing the terror of Holocaust is told on stage (November 10, 2000).
Writer and Director: Robert R. Jensen
Address: Fullerton College
321 East Chapman Ave
Fullerton, CA Phone: 714-992-7433
Web site

Theatre Play

Name: Wallenberg still lives
Writer and Director: Carl Levine, emeritus professor of English at Colorado State University.
Performed in the past at:
29th Street Repertory Theatre, New York
The Bas Bleu Theatre in Fort Collins, Colorado
Information provided by: Elizabeth Johnson


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Traditional High School.
Raoul Wallenberg Traditional High School prepares its students to be lifelong learners.
Principal: Dr. Steve Hirabayashi
Address: 40 Vega Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
Phone: 415- 749-3469
Web site

Documentary Film

Name: The Last Days.
The Last days chronicles the Hungarian Holocaust. With Tom Lantos, Alice Lok Cahana, Renee Firestone, Bill Basch, and Irene Zisblatt.
Director: James Moll.
Web site


Name: Visas for Life.
The Righteous Diplomats: The exhibit features the dramatic stories of diplomats, Raoul Wallenberg among them.
Address: 1640 Union Street
San Francisco California, 94123
Phone: 415-824-7743
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Playground.
Henry J. Stern, New York City Parks Commissioner, was one of the many city dignitaries to address dozens of
children at the inauguration.
Address: at Amsterdam Avenue and 189th Street
City: New York, NY
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Democratic Club.
The RWDC lobbies Board of Education members to include Jewish history in schools. The club works for greater awareness about the Jewish Community and gets involved challenging anti-semitism on campuses. Since 1996.
Co-founder Charles Conn
Address: 1550 California Street, Suite 6293
San Francisco 94109
Phone: 415- 626-2673


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Videos.
The Holocaust Resource Center of Buffalo is a non-profit agency that deals with Holocaust education in the community of Western New York State.
Address: 1050 Maryvale Drive, Room 464, Cheektowaga, NY 14225
Web site


Name: With the same hands.
A portrait of Raoul Wallenberg drawn on a map of Hungary. Painted on June 1999 by Peter Malkin, the captor of Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann.
Artist: Peter Malkin
Web sites

High School

Name: Raoul Wallenberg High School (K 194)
It mission is to provide a learning environment linking home and school, that builds self-confidence, superior academic performance and social skills.
Principal: Mary Zissler- Lynch
Address: 3117 Avenue W
Brooklyn, New York 11229
Phone : 718- 648-8804
Web site


Name: The Raoul Wallenberg Chorus at the High School 194.
The Chorus performs a yearly concert honoring Raoul Wallenberg and sings at other special events inside and outside the school.
Principal: Mrs. Penelope Moroney
Address: 3117 Avenue W
Brooklyn, New York 11229
Phone: 718- 648-8804
Web site

Documentary film

Name: Searching for Wallenberg.
A one hour documentary film covering Raoul Wallenberg’s early years, his actions in Budapest and the report of the Swedish-Russian Working Group’s investigation into his fate. Produced by Intrepid Documentaries, Inc. in association with the Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the United States.
Executive Producer: Robert L. Kimmel.
Phone: 914- 631-3454
Fax: 914- 631-4697


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Drawing.
Each essay has a particular drawing.
Drawer: Barrie Maguirre.
Web site


Name: The Long Island Raoul Wallenberg Committee.
Dedicated to the Sanctity of Human Life.
Director: Sharon Wallenberg.
Address: Post Office Box 45
46 Brown Street
Sea Cliff, New York 11579
Phone: 516- 759-2337
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Statue.
The statue immortalizes Raoul Wallenberg’s mission of saving innocent unknown lives.
Director: Sharon Wallenberg.
Address: Post Office Box 45
46 Brown Street
Sea Cliff, New York 11579
Phone: 516- 759-2337
Web site


Name: Between The Lines.
He stood fast against the Third Reich only to fall prey of the invading Russians but not before saving the Jews of Budapest.
Artist: J. Singer.
Web sites 1
Web sites 2

Schutz Pass Painting

Name: Raoul Wallenberg Schutz Pass.
Mixed media on canvas and paper, 93.75×120” (1981)
Painter: Alice Lok Cahana.
School of Liberal Arts – Purdue University
1350 Liberal Arts and Education Building
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907-1350
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg.
Spearheaded by John Brooks, himself saved by Wallenberg, and Los Angeles City Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky, the monument was erected in 1988 through private and corporate contributions.
Sculptor: Franco Assetto.
Location: 310 N. Fairfax Blvd. At Beverly, Los Angeles
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Boulevard.
Location: Charleston, South Carolina. 29407.
Charleston Jewish Federation.
Raoul Wallenberg Blvd.
Charleston, SC 29407
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Monument in Chicago.
The monument will be presented to the City of Chicago as a gift from the people who gave their support to the project and hail Wallenberg as a hero never to be forgotten.
Sculptor: Paul Lancz (Canadian).
Location: State Street and Wacker Drive (designated as the Raoul Wallenberg Place by the City of Chicago on Oct.4, 1996).
For information contact:
Wallenberg Humanitarian Institute
Mr. Jan Muller
Tel: 773-472-0942
Fax: 773-472-0011
Web site


Name: The Raoul Wallenberg Humanitarian Institute.
International educational center dedicated to foster and promote humanitarian thought and action.
Wallenberg Humanitarian Institute.
Chairman: Jan Emil Muller.
Address: 434- F West Armitage Avenue
Chicago, Il 60614
Tel: 773-472-0942
Fax: 773-472-0011
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Street.
Location: Washington D.C.
Holocaust Memorial Museum.
For information contact
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Street.
Location: Trenton New Jersey 08609.
More Information


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Street.
Location: Michigan.
The Jewish Family & Children’s Services is located on 619 Wallenberg St.
Flint, Michigan 48502
Phone: 810-767-5922
Fax: 810-767-9024
Web site


Name: The Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the United States
The Committee works both in the areas of education and in the continuing search for the truth about the fate of Raoul Wallenberg. In 1985 the committee set up a permanent travelling exhibition ”A tribute to Raoul Wallenberg” which came from the British Raoul Wallenberg Committee.
Chairperson: Rachel Oestreicher Bernheim
Address: 575 Lexington Ave, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10022
Phone: 212-350-4875
Fax: 212-350-4240
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Conference Center.
A 170 year old home and state of the art facility on the grounds of a renowned 17 room inn and restaurant.
Located one mile off Route 80 Exit 12 in Hope.
Owners: Charles and his wife Cordie
Phone: 908/459-4884
Web site


Name: The Wallenberg Visiting Professorship.
Created in the Rutgers University History Department in honor of the Swedish diplomat.
Address: 88 College Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8542
Telephone: 732-932-8701
Fax: 732-932-8708
Web site


Name: The Wallenberg Lectures.
Since 1972 The Raoul Wallenberg Lectures focus on architecture as a humane social art.
Taubman College of Architecture
2000 Bonisteel Boulevard, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2069 USA
Phone: 734.764.1300
Fax: 734.763.2322
Web site 1
Web site 2


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Scholar Award.
This annual award is given to a student active in the pursuit of social justice and human rights. Established by Robert N. Karp in 1987 at the University of Toledo, Ohio.
Contact: Betty Cunningham.
Address: University of Toledo.
Toledo, Ohio 43606-3390
Phone: 419- 530-INFO
Phone: 419- 530-4636
Web site


Name: Courage and Compassion.
A sculpture created to honor Raoul Wallenberg as a symbol of the triumph of good over evil and love over hate.
Sculptor: E. M Adams.
Location: Smith Field Park in Parsippany, New Jersey.
Web site


Name: The Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the Jamestown Area
President: Mrs. Norma J. Anderson
2735 Palm Road
Jamestown, NY 24701
Phone: 716-665-4495


Name: The Greater New York Wallenberg Committee.
Chairperson: Agnes Adachi.
Address: Kingsborough Community College
Office of the Continuing Education
2001 Oriental Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11235
Phone: 718-368-5050

Permanent Exhibition

Name: Raoul Wallenberg Permanent Exhibition.
A comprehensive resource on the Holocaust and World War II, with over 3,000 text files, and thousands of photos. At the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
1399 South Roxbury Drive
Los Angeles, California 90035
Phone: 310 553.9036
Toll Free: 800 900.9036
Fax: 310 553.4521
Web site 1
Web site 2


Name: The Raoul Wallenberg Bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Landsberger petitioned for this bridge to be name in memory of Raoul Wallenberg.
For information please contact
103 Harrinson Street
Verona, New Jersey 07044 -USA
Phone: 973-239-6257


Name: Hope
Raoul Wallenberg emerged as a beacon of light and hope to thousands of persecuted people.The Hope monument was a gift of the Storch Family to the City of New York.
Location: First Avenue and 47th Street
Sculptor: Gustav Kraitz (Swedish)
For information contact
The City of New York
Phone: 212 788-9600
Fax: 212 788-7476
Web site


Name: ”Now Is the Time: Ready to Free You”.
Two members of the American Raoul Wallenberg Committee wrote an official song dedicated to the Swedish savior.
Web site


Name: The Raoul Wallenberg Poster.
”How one man could be a light in the midst of unbelievable darkness, Annette Lantos.”
Poster design by: Jan Emil Muller
Art direction by: Stefan Platzer
Wallenberg Humanitarian Institute.
Chairman: Jan Emil Muller.
Address: 434- F West Armitage Avenue
Chicago, Il 60614
Tel: 773-472-0942
Fax: 773-472-0011
Web sites 1
Web sites 2
Web sites 3

Nobel Peace Prize

Raoul Wallenberg was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Albert Einstein in 1949.
Web site

Honorary Citizen

In 1981, after a proposal made by Congressman Tom Lantos, Wallenberg was proclaimed Honorary Citizen of the United States of America. A distinction only bestowed before upon Sir Winston Churchill.
Web site

Lecture and Medal

Name: Raoul Wallenberg Medal. University of Michigan.
The University Wallenberg Lecture and Medal was established in 1985 to commemorate alumnus Raoul Wallenberg and ”to recognize those whose own courageous actions and/or writings call to mind his extraordinary accomplishments and human values.” The lecture series honors a distinguished human rights advocate.
On April 15th 1994 the 14th Dalai Lama visited the University of Michigan campus to deliver the annual University Wallenberg Lecture. The Buddhist leader also received the U-M’s Raoul Wallenberg Medal.

On April 2001, mime Marcel Marceau delivered the 11th. University Wallenberg Lecture, and received the Wallenberg Medal.
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109 USA
Main Number: +1 734 764 1817
Phone: Bernie DeGroat 313-747-1847
Web site
Dalai Lama
Marcel Marceau


Name: The Avenue of the Righteous.
As of 1994 Raoul Wallenberg have been honored by the Avenue of the Righteous, a non-profit interfaith organization devoted to honoring righteous’ behavior during the Holocaust.
Location: Ingraham Park, adjacent to the Evanston Civic Center, 2100
Ridge Avenue.
The Avenue of the Righteous.
840 Vernon Avenue
Glencoe, Illinois 60022
Phone 847-835-4800
Web site


Name: Wallenberg Foundation of New Jersey, Inc.
The Wallenberg Foundation of New Jersey, Inc. is a non-profit interfaith organization dedicated to fostering amongst the youth the ideals of Raoul Wallenberg.
Co-Chairpersons: Abraham M. Akselrad, Esq. – Harry Ettlinger
Phone: (973)-366-4350
Address: 22 Route 10 West, Suite 201
Succasunna, NJ 07876
Phone: (973) 927-8850
Fax: (973) 927-8893
Web site

Art Songs

Name: Tribute To Raoul Wallenberg.
Based on two American poems: TO BE BRAVE IS ALL (Madeline Mason) and AVENUE OF THE RIGHTEOUS (Anne Marx).
Composer: Jeanne Singer
64 Stuart Place
Manhasset, NY 11030
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Scholarship
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The Raoul Wallenberg Scholarship Program is dedicated to the examination of the role of leadership in democracies.
Office of Academic Affairs
11 East 69th Street
New York, NY 10021
Phone: 212- 472-2288
Fax: (212) 517-4548
Web site


Raoul Wallenberg Biography online. (a Cybrary of the Holocaust)
Web site


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Scholarship
Established in honor of Raoul Wallenberg, this scholarship is awarded annually to a full-time New School University student who is Swedish or of Swedish descent.
Robert Kostrzewa
Asst. Dean
Academic Affairs & Scholarships
Gradute Faculty
New School University
65 Fifth Avenue, Room 107A
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212.229.5777
Fax: 646.486.0755


Name: Raoul Wallenberg Place
”Fabricating solid worlds that answer to immaterial truths.”.
Location: Chicago

Bronze Sculpture

Name: Tribute of Raoul Wallenberg
Artist: Joseph Wachtel
Wallenberg is a big bronze — 2 ft. by 3 ft and 100 pounds. The Story: ”I’m a sculptor. And I had to make a tribute to Wallenberg, and here’s the reason why. During the II World War, even though my mother-in-law had a Wallenberg passport in her hands, she was thrown into a boxcar and shipped to Auschwitz. When we came to Budapest, my wife knew she had relatives there. We looked for them and we found one aunt and she told us they also had Wallenberg papers in their hands and they jumped out of the boxcars, but my wife’s mother couldn’t. When we heard that story, you can imagine what Wallenberg meant to me and to her. We were there when Wallenberg was operating during the liberation of the Russian army in January 1945. We were in Budapest. We learned about it. All my life, for 60 years, Wallenberg was always a hero, and being a sculptor I felt I had to do it.»
J. Wachtel.
Location: Palm Beach, Fl. Date: 20.5.2001

Theatre/Concert Performance

Name: Honoring Raoul Wallenberg
A theatrical and musical performance creating Raoul Wallenberg´s life during the Holocaust. His story is presented through dramatic readings from diaries,letters, documents and eyewitness reports. Throughout the readings, music is played on the violin, and on display is a bronze sculpture ”Tribute of Raoul Wallenberg” by artist Joseph Wachtel. See the program.
Written by: Pamela Hope Levin
Contact: PO 6021
Jensen Beach, Fl 34957
Phone: 561-229-3025

Bronze Sculpture

Name: Raoul Wallenberg – 20” high. Sculped portrait.
Artist: Miri Margolin Israel
In 1994 Miri Margolin was invited to place her sculpture of Raoul Wallenberg in the Capitol Hill, Washinglton, DC.


Name: ”Raoul Wallenberg at 77”
Sculptor: Hal Goldberg
Material: Portuguese Rose Marble and measures 14” x 23 x 12.”
Locations in USA: Irvine, California
Contact: 949 551 3400

”It is 1989, and you have just been let into a cell in Lubyanka Prison in
Moscow. The man on the cot in front of you slowly rises to look at you. He is Raoul Wallenberg. You have come to inform him the world did not forget. My vision of Wallenberg’s heroic strength captures that moment.”

Bronze Sculpture

Name: Freedom
Artist: Karoly Veress
The 10-foot bronze sculpture, created by Hungarian-born artist Karoly Veress, is a gift of Mrs. Isador Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. Zeivel Harris. The location is noteworthy because Veress says Freedom was inspired by Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish humanitarian credited with saving as many as 100,000 Hungarian Jews from the Holocaust. Although Veress fled Hungary as a result of Soviet intervention in the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, he remembers Wallenberg’s heroism and says the new sculpture responds to his legacy of freedom. ”In this design I symbolize freedom in wings, partly protecting, and sheltering, but foremost enabling us to rise above the daily confusions. These wings sometimes lift us up out of the monstrous historic context into a state where all that remains is just one commitment: to human values, to the dignity of all human beings.”
Location: Augustana College, in the front lawn of Augustana’s Denkmann Memorial Building (3520 7th Avenue), Rock Island, IL


Name: Wallenberg Hall
Location: Augustana College, in the front lawn of Augustana’s Denkmann Memorial Building (3520 7th Avenue), Rock Island, IL


Name: Wallenberg drive
Location: Fort Collins, Colorado