Raoul Wallenberg’s Biographer Uncovers Important Clues To What Happened in His Final Days

15 januari, 2016

Smithsonian.org published an article on the circumstances of Raoul Wallenberg’s arrest January 17th, 1945, and the series of following events that helps us understand why he never became a free man again.

Please find the article here.

Sweden’s Betrayal

Dagens Nyheter
17th January 2015

70 years ago, Raoul Wallenberg was captured by the Soviet Army in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. In this article I depict his last hours as a free man, and the Swedish betrayal that followed.

Please find an English translation of the article here.

The Search for Truth

Dagens Nyheter
11th of May 2014

This article gives a background to the present discussion in the United Nations about the eventual need to reopen the investigation around the death of the former Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld, who died in a plane crash in Northern Rhodesia in 1961. More and more evidence suggests that the crash was caused by an attack, and not by accident.

Please find an English translation of the article here.

The Search for Judith Kopstein

Dagens Nyheter
26th of August 2013

In August 2013 I published an article in the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter on my search for Judith Kopstein, a girl who was 14 year old in 1944 when she recieved a Schutzpass from Raoul Wallenberg´s office. Her destiny followed me through the research for my book about Raoul Wallenberg since her Schutzpass was hanging on the wall in her sister’s, Nina Lagergren’s, house. In the spring of 2013 the mystery was solved.

Please find an English translation of the article here.