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Who was the man in the leather coat? Tamas Szabo

Who was the man in the leather coat?

Tamas Szabo

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The topics in focus:-- World War II, 1945, the last days of the Battle of Budapest,-- Secret trial 1953, one of the best kept secrets after Stalins death-- New Internet Generation 2006, fundamental new historical research(1) The last days of theMoreThe topics in focus:-- World War II, 1945, the last days of the Battle of Budapest,-- Secret trial 1953, one of the best kept secrets after Stalins death-- New Internet Generation 2006, fundamental new historical research(1) The last days of the Battle of Budapest 1945 in the World War IIBlack leather trench coat, was a means of inspiring fear and respect, and the subsequent Hollywood image of the black-clad, trench-coated Gestapo officer has entered popular culture.At the end of the Battle of Budapest, 1944 the darkest period of the anti-Jewish terror commenced. Jews were dragged away to near the Danube banks by an Arrow Cross party execution brigade. A man in black leather trench coat, his determined manner and personal courage saved the life of hundreds of persecuted Jews. A holland newspaper frontpage in 1947 tells the story from the man in the leather coat. A Holocaust memorial The Shoes on the Danube Promenade created 2006 by Gyula Pauer and Can Togay on the bank of the Danube River in Budapest.(2) Wallenberg secret trial 1953, Stalins paranoid fear of Zionist conspiracies.Stalin decided to use the Jews and the paranoid fear of Zionist conspiracies as the Nazis had done. This book tells of the way this evil regime turned on five people whose crime was, who were unlucky enough to have been collaborated in 1944 - 1945 with the swedish diplomat Wallenberg, Who killed Wallenberg? ... story of false accusation, one of the best kept secrets after Stalins death.(3) New internet development supports the history-researchThe internet development gave us about 2006 some new ideas, an opportunity to build a new kind of international understanding, citizen to citizen, person to person. The informations in this book found its first expression in hundreds of e-mails, many interviews, newspapers, letters and books, but also original documents in Soviet Archives which first opened after 1990.