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Karin Olofsdotter, Sweden ambassador to Hungary speaks about Raoul Wallenberg

Vered Glickman, Director of the Israeli Cultural Institute in Budapest


Fragment from the documentary “The Life of László Hudec”. Authorized by 56Films.

László Hudec, the Hungarian architect born in Besztercebánya (Banska Bystrica), became successful in Shanghai, and later grew to be world-famous. After the decline of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, he lost his Hungarian citizenship, which he regained in 1941. A year later he was asked to fulfill the tasks of an honorary consul in the Chinese city. Using his privileged title he saved a number of the Hungarian Jews living in Shanghai.

Speech by Carl Bildt minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden at Central European University

Slomó Köves executive rabbi of Unified Hungarian Jewish Congregation

Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis U.S. ambassador to Hungary speaks about Raoul Wallenberg