DIED. PER ANGER, 88, Swedish diplomat who worked with Raoul Wallenberg to save thousands of Jews from Nazi death camps by issuing Swedish identity documents; in Stockholm. Wallenberg, who worked with Anger at the Swedish legation in Budapest, was arrested by the advancing Soviet army in 1945 and never heard from again. After the war, Anger led the effort to determine Wallenberg's fate, visiting Moscow in 1989 to make a personal appeal for information to Mikhail Gorbachev. Anger served as Sweden's ambassador to both Australia and Canada and was made an honorary Israeli citizen in 2000.

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