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Nachlass Dr. iur. Georges Brunschvig (1908-1973)

Document | Accession Number: 2017.88.1 | RG Number: RG-58.042

Private papers of Georges Brunschvig (1908-1973), Swiss lawyer and president of the Swiss Federation of Jewish Communities (SIG). The collection consists of memories, correspondence of Georges Brunschvig’s parents Selma and Henri Brunschvig (1914-1918), obituaries, diaries and brief notes (1934-1973); trial documents: Bern Trial concerning the "Protocols of the Wise Men of Zion" (1933-1935), Chur Trial against David Frankfurter (1936-1945), trial against Maria Popesco (1946-1955), trial against Max Ulrich (1957), Yosef Ben-Gal Trial (1963), El-Al-Trial (1969) against Mordechai Rachamim; papers of Georges Brunschvig as the president of the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Bern; various documents (1940-1973): numerous speeches, obituaries, internal reports, minutes, newspaper excerpts, correspondence, notes; publications: "Die Kollektiv-Ehrverletzung" (The collective injustice), Zurich (1937)-Prize work to the Swiss lawyers association, and a manuscript: "Vier Tage-Ein Leben" (Four Days-A Life), 1937; papers relating to antisemitism; personal files of Emil Ludwig, Max Petitpierre, Heinrich Rothmund, and Eduard von Steiger; portraits and various recordings (Berner Prozess (1935), David Frankfurter (1945)).

Alternate Title
Georges Brunschvig papers
inclusive:  1914-2005
16,638 digital images : PDF ; 4.07 GB .
4 sound recordings : MP3.
Record last modified: 2021-05-25 09:18:57
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