Jewish Values: His Name Was Raoul Wallenberg: Courage, Rescue, and Mystery During World War II

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Number of Pages: 
144 p.
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Follows Wallenberg’s footsteps around the world, developed relationships with his siblings, and gained access to such precious documents as his calendar rescued from his Moscow imprisonment. As a result, we learn the exact number of safe houses he bought in Budapest (162), the license plate number of his black Studebaker (AY152), his prison cell number in Moscow (121), and the fact that he borrowed a lady’s bicycle to arrive quickly to the rescue of Jews drowning in the Danube. Borden’s use of free verse lends itself to lyricism among the facts.
ISBN: 
9780618507559
Book ID: 
1561
Sydney Taylor Winner: 
Yes