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Daemon
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Raoul Wallenberg (1912)

In 1944, as Nazi troops rounded up hundreds of thousands of Jews in Hungary, Wallenberg—a Swedish citizen who had previously worked for a company run by a Hungarian Jew—asked to be posted there as a diplomat. Once there, he worked relentlessly to save tens of thousands of Jews by sheltering them on Swedish property and distributing counterfeit Swedish passports. He was arrested by the Soviets in 1945, and his death while in their custody is shrouded in mystery. What might have happened to him? More...
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Raoul Wallenberg (1912)
In 1944, as Nazi troops rounded up hundreds of thousands of Jews in Hungary, Wallenberg—a Swedish citizen who had previously worked for a company run by a Hungarian Jew—asked to be posted there as a diplomat. Once there, he worked relentlessly to save tens of thousands of Jews by sheltering them on Swedish property and distributing counterfeit Swedish passports. He was arrested by the Soviets in 1945, and his death while in their custody is shrouded in mystery.
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What an extraordinary man! Such tremendous courage and determination in helping others happen in one man in a billion!
The world was better for you were born, Raoul Wallenbeeg. Bless your soul.
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Shame on Russia for Wallenberg's disappearance and death.
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Happy birthday to Mr. Wallenberg.

He is one of those human beings who deserved to be born.

Sadly, he was forced to deal with a situation that was created by a monster that should never have been born.




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