The Last of the Pimpernels

Frantzell, Lennart
August 1979
National Review;8/17/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 33, p1019
The article narrates the imprisonment of Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat who was suspected of doing anti-Soviet activities in Hungary. It talks about the effort of Wallenberg to save Hungarian Jews from the hands of the Communist and the efforts of Nazi Sonderkommando leader Adolf Eichmann to kill Wallenberg and these Jews. The controversy surrounding the imprisonment of Wallenberg and the Swedish government's incapacity to save him are discussed.


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