Sunday, February 20, 2005

Anger, Per Johan Valentin

Swedish diplomat (b. Dec. 7, 1913, G�teborg, Swed. - d. Aug. 25, 2002, Stockholm, Swed.), helped save thousands of Hungarian Jews from being transported to Nazi death camps during World War II. Anger, a member of the Swedish legation in Budapest when the Germans occupied Hungary in 1944, set up safe houses around Budapest and issued temporary passports and identity cards that identified Jews as Swedes.


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