Raoul Wallenberg is one of World War II's greatest humanitarians. This is the true story of how a Swedish diplomat, working in Budapest, saved the lives of up to 100,000 Jews. In 1944 Hungary was in the grip of Nazi control. The Final Solution was being orchestrated by Adolf Eichmann, tasked with managing the mass deportation of men, women and children to extermination camps. Raoul Wallenberg risked his life by devising schemes to turn Jewish residents into Swedish citizens with the stroke of a pen, issuing protective passports and securing safe houses for thousands of Jews.