At 100, Wallenberg's disappearance still a mystery

Liphshiz, Cnaan
September 2012
New Jersey Jewish News;9/13/2012, Vol. 66 Issue 37, p8
The article focuses on physician and professor Marvin Makinen's research on the fate of Swedish Diplomat Raoul Wallenberg who was arrested on espionage and become missing 100 years ago. The research of Makinen originates in his conversations with the fellow prisoners of Wallenberg from Soviet penitentiaries. Makinen's research led him to hypothesize that Wallenberg may have been kept secretly at Vladimir Prison in Russia. He notes a possible prisoner swap between Sweden and Russia.


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