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Prozess David Frankfurter Bestand

Document | Digitized | Accession Number: 2012.283 | RG Number: RG-58.023

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    Contains records of the trial of David Frankfurter in Chur, Switzerland, 1936. Includes personal documents of Frankfurter, correspondence, press articles, reports and protocols. The Jewish student David Frankfurter, shot to death the German Nazi official, NSDAP state party leader for Switzerland, Wilhelm Gustloff, on February 4, 1936, in Davos in the canton of Grisons, Switzerland. He was sentenced to a long prison term; pardoned in August 1945 and released.
    Alternate Title
    Trial of David Frankfurter

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    No publication and copies of the records and finding aids to the 3rd party users without the written permission from the Archiv für Zeitgeschichte (AfZ). The Museum may not transfer the materials or duplicate records thereof or any of the finding aids to any third party, except as permitted in the Cooperation Contract, Article II paragraph 5 herein or as otherwise permitted in writing by the AfZ. The Museum may not publish the reproduction material or finding aid on the Internet, World Wide Web, or any publicly accessible on-line network without the written permission of the AfZ. Contact

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    Source of acquisition is the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich. Archiv für Zeitgeschichte (AfZ), Switzerland. The records in this collection were originally part of the the Schweizer Israelitischer Gemeindebund Archiv (SIG), and later in 1994 acquired by the Archiv für Zeitgeschichte (AfZ). Over the years, additional materials were added to the collection. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received the collection via the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s International Archives Project in Oct. 2012.
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