Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Julius Kuhl Should Be As Well Known As Schindler; Polish Jewish Rescuer



The Globe and Mail features an article about Julius Kuhl, a Polish Jewish rescuer who worked for the Polish legation in Bern, Switzerland during WW II. 

3 comments:

  1. Hello Dr Goska,

    There is mention in "Diary of Mary Berg" of some Jews with fake South American passports. I was wondering about origins of those documents.

    May I suggest some subjects for another post?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henryk_S%C5%82awik
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugene_Lazowski

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    1. Write the post you want to see and send it to me. If it is well written, I will post it.

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  2. Hello Dr. Goska,

    I've wrote a post about Henryk Sławik, as You asked.
    I can't tell, if it's well written. If it's good enough, feel free to correct any mistakes that I've made.
    I've send an email to Your school account. My text is in the email attachment. A DOCX file.

    With respect

    Łukasz Klimek

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