REIGN OF TERROR: The Budapest Memoirs of Valdemar Langlet 1944-1945
A unique and fascinating memoir about Valdemar Langlet, a man without any official authority or support from Budapest who saved thousands of Jews during one of the most terrible episodes in World War II. Photos.
Item #: 6980511
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