The Swedish Committee Against Antisemitism (SKMA) has produced a booklet about Raoul Wallenberg.
In 1944, Raoul Wallenberg saved and protected thousands of Jews in Budapest from abuse at the hands of the Nazis and members of the Hungarian Arrow Cross Party. People throughout the world know about his efforts. Raoul Wallenberg chose to act to help and protect people he didn’t know. With ingenuity, courage and energy, he succeeded in saving thousands of Jews from Nazi persecution. He inspired his colleagues and gave hope to people in occupied Budapest. Raoul Wallenberg’s life and deeds show us that one person’s choices can make a big difference. That is why he is important to us today.
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