Raoul Wallenberg, A Hero In The Holocaust

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According to (Source D internet) it states, “While an exact number of those murder is impossible to determine, the best estimate settle at a figure around 6 million Jews, 1 million of whom were children under the age of 12 and a million of whom were between the ages of 12 and 18.” The Holocaust was a bad year for Jews, but someone tried their best to help them out. One person who helped out the Jews were Raoul Wallenberg. He was a hero to so many Jews trying to get them to safer places. Even though his parents wanted a different future him, he did what he loved and that was helping others. Raoul Wallenberg was a hero because of his background, how he transported Jews, and after he disappeared.
Raoul Wallenberg was a hero because of his background. When Wallenberg was a child his parents expected him to take up the career in international commerce. The first job that Wallenberg had, was working at 3 different trading companies, first South Africa, than Middle East, and finally in Sweden (Source A Internet). When Wallenberg didn’t like his job he stayed in Sweden and started working for a Jewish refugee named Koloman Laver. They worked together in the Central European Trading (Source A internet). According to (Sources I page 109), “8,000 Hungarians had been handed over to the Germans.” This quote states the Wallenberg was to late because they were already sent to the Germans, while he still had the chance to save 13,000 at frontier. Eichman is a selfish man that thought
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