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A limited number of links are given; through some of them yet other links are accessible. They lead to information on Wallenberg himself as well as on projects and organizations which promote peace and human rights and which bear his name. One link leads to a unique collection of photographs from the Holocaust in Hungary.

Website maintained by the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Minnesota
This link goes to information about the RW memorial in the Swedish Parliament, created by the artist Lenke Rothman.
Updated 20-Sep-05

Website maintained by Tekla Szymanski, freelance journalist based in New York
The website contains information on Wallenberg, his work and fate, and gives other relevant links.
Updated 20-Sep-05

The Raoul Wallenberg Committee
The Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the United States was created as a not-for-profit corporation in May 1981. The Committee's mission is:
- To perpetuate the humanitarian ideals and the nonviolent courage of Raoul Wallenberg through the national distribution of a unique academic program; A STUDY OF HEROES, an interdisciplinary curriculum for use in elementary and high schools.
- To help fund the efforts to determine Raoul Wallenberg's actual fate.
- To bestow The Raoul Wallenberg Award on individuals, organizations and communities that reflect Raoul Wallenberg's humanitarian spirit, personal courage and nonviolent action in the face of enormous odds.
Updated 20-Sep-05

The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation (IRWF)
A non-profit organization, dedicated to keeping the example of Raoul Wallenberg alive all over the world, with the aim of promoting peace among nations and people, as well as developing educational projects based on concepts of solidarity, dialogue and understanding, with no distinctions. The Foundation has branches in Buenos Aires, Caracas, Jerusalem and New York.
Updated 20-Sep-05



Raoul Wallenberg, Life and Work

  • Personal data
  • Hungary - the last chapter of the Holocaust
  • The Wallenberg mission
  • Arrest and imprisonment
  • Objects in the archive

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