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Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest

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Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest

Myth, History and Holocaust

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Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest by Paul A. Levine
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Paul Levine presents here for the first time the true history of Raoul Wallenberg, one of the most-famous heroes of the Holocaust. It is the first scholarly study of Wallenberg and Swedish diplomacy in Budapest during the Holocaust which both utilizes and contextualizes those Swedish diplomatic documents which best describe his historic mission. Analysing Wallenberg's own correspondence and reports, it provides a new insight into his motives and background. The study explores and deconstructs the many myths which have enveloped his morally important and heroic story. Together, the two strands of the study explain what Wallenberg did to assist and save many thousands of Jews in Budapest.
Release date Australia
April 30th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
maps
Imprint
Vallentine Mitchell & Co Ltd
Pages
416
Dimensions
157x236x38
ISBN-13
9780853037279
Product ID
3338501

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