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Wallenberg

(ˈvɑːlənbɜːɡ)
n
(Biography) Raoul (raʊl). 1912–?, Swedish diplomat, who helped (1944–45) thousands of Hungarian Jews to escape from the Nazis. After his arrest (1945) by the Soviets nothing is certainly known of him, despite claims that he is still alive he is presumed to have died in prison
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Stora Enso Oyj (HEL:STEAV) (STO:STEA) announced on Tuesday that the members of its shareholders' nomination board are Jorma Eloranta, chair of Stora Enso's board of directors; Hans Straberg, vice chair of Stora Enso's board of directors; Harri Sailas, chair of the board of directors of Solidium Oy; and Marcus Wallenberg, chair of the board of directors of FAM AB.
She is the daughter of Nina Lagergren, half-sister of Raoul Wallenberg, the World War II hero responsible for saving thousands of Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust.
He escaped and managed to survive the final stages of the war with relatives in a Budapest safe house set up by Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg. Lantos joined Wallenberg's anti-Nazi underground network, and he arrived in the United States in 1946 at age 19.
Busts of these important figures, among others, sit alongside busts of all of the American Vice Presidents (Al Gore's and Joe Biden's are still in progress) and of Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat who saved tens of thousands of Jews from the Nazis.
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A Swedish government agency has declared Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Hungarian Jews from the Nazi gas chambers, as dead.
Ryan Wallenberg, a 12-year veteran at Champaign, Ill.-based broadcast TV tech company Cobalt Digital, has been promoted from Director of Engineering to VP/Engineering.
In the title of this volume, the name Raoul Wallenberg appears and for good reasons since there may be elements of his heroic actions that may inspire today.
Saved to Remember: Raoul Wallenberg, Budapest 1944 and After
Raoul Wallenberg: The Heroic Life and Mysterious Disappearance of the Man Who Saved Thousands of Hungarian Jews From the Holocaust, Ingrid Carlberg, MacLehose Press, 640 pages
Lars Berglund, a professor at Wallenberg Wood Science Center at KTH, says that, while optically transparent wood has been developed for microscopic samples in the study of wood anatomy, the KTH project introduces a way to use the material on a large scale.