Lost Hero: The Mystery of Raoul Wallenberg
Wallenberg's life was an enigma. His fate of one of the great unsolved mysteries of World War II. He was a handsome, aristocratic young diplomat from neutral Sweden who saved 30,000 Jews from the jaws of the Nazi death machine - only to disappear, at the war's end, into the silent hell of Soviet Prison.
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September 1October 15 1944
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