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Name  Povl Bang-Jensen

Role  Diplomat
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Died  1959, Queens, New York City, New York, United States

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Povl Bang-Jensen (6 April 1909 – 25 November 1959) was a Danish diplomat who refused to hand over a list of eighty-one witnesses to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 to his UN superiors. It is thought that he considered their identities sensitive information, and if they were turned over to the UN Secretariat, they could be leaked to the Soviet Union, and reprisals could possibly be taken against their relatives in Hungary.

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Investigators claim he was found dead of a gunshot wound with the gun in his hand and suicide note in his pocket a park in Queens, New York City, on 26 November 1959 (Thanksgiving Day). Some analysts exclude suicide in spite of the results of the FBI report; for example, the fatal gunshot wound was located on his right temple, but Bang-Jensen was left-handed.

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His body was incinerated and buried in Denmark. A tombstone was placed in Budapest in Plot #301 of the New Cemetery of Rákoskeresztúr, among those for who he fought.

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His story is presented in a book by DeWitt Copp and Marshall Peck, "Betrayal at the UN, the story of Povl Bang-Jensen" New York : Devin-Adair Co., 1961, and in a Hungarian documentary, The Bang-Jensen affair (A Bang-Jensen ügy, 2008), directed by András Surányi.

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