Lead:  Having played the central role in saving 100,000 Jews of Budapest, Raoul Wallenberg was arrested by the Russians.

Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

Content: In the winter of 1945 the Russian Army arrived at the gates of the Hungarian capital. Wallenberg had developed a plan that would help bring a restoration of services and a quicker return to normalcy. He wished to discuss this with the Russian commander and the Provisional Hungarian Government located in a provincial town 130 miles from the capital city. Under Russian escort he left the City on January 17th. His associates never saw him again.

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