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Raoul Wallenberg: He Saved Thousands of Jews, But His Fate Remains Unknown

Last edited 2nd October 2012

This man says he owes his life to a man named Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews in Budapest during World War II. Wallenberg was arrested by the Russian army and was never heard from again. For years now, his family and those he helped save, have desperately seeked answers.

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Guy Sudano
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Guy Sudano wrote at 3:30am on October 8th 2012
Another side story to this great heroes story-he was assisted by a Catholic archbishop(name?) in saving many lives. Great book about the Churches savior's of Jews, and others-"Hitler, The War, and the Pope"-by Ronald Rychlak.