Raoul Wallenberg: Between The Lines

Raoul Wallenberg: Between The Lines
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Hernan

The incredible story of a forgotten unsung hero of WW2, abandoned by Sweden and the US in a Russian prison. Good documentary based on the limited footage and evidence available.

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