Of course you are right that this man should be remembered forever, and indeed there is at least one street in Tel Aviv named after him. It was also my understanding that the late Simon Wiesenthal was unconvinced by the Soviet story that he had died in 1947, after many interviews in Austria before 1989, where he heard two many anecdotes of people who had heard of him or met him in the gulag.
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Prof. David Shulman wins Israel Prize for religious studies and philosophy (Haaretz)
from the article: Who left Raoul Wallenberg behind?