Records Relating to Dr. Julius Kühl Collection | Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
The materials in this record group relate primarily to Dr. Julius Kühl's wartime service in the Polish consulate in Berne, Switzerland. These documents shed light on his activity, often done in cooperation with Jewish and other refugee organizations, with whom he provided aid to refugees and internees in the German-occupied countries and in other neutral countries. Also included in these materials is information about Kühl's efforts to rescue Jews from Poland, Hungary, and Romania. A good portion of the record group consists of correspondence with the Polish government in exile. There are documents in this record group that are issued by the Polish government in London, as well as reports of the Polish resistance organizations. Also within this record group are documents on the resistance movements, which include reports, correspondence, and underground publications issued by non-Jewish and Jewish resistance groups and organizations in German-occupied Europe.
Records filed under "Dr. Julius Kühl Collection"
RG-13 RG-13 Dr. Julius Kühl Collection, 1935-1982