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Portrait of Alexander Lados.

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    Portrait of Alexander Lados.
    Portrait of Alexander Lados.


    Portrait of Alexander Lados.
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Eric Saul

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    Eric Saul
    Copyright: Agency Agreement (No Fees)
    Source Record ID: File 45

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    Alexander Lados, Polish ambassador to Switzerland, 1938-1945, who lent his approval to the issuing of thousands of protective Polish passports and visas by Dr. Julius Kuhl, the Polish consul in Bern, to Jews stranded in Switzerland. Lados also persuaded the Polish government-in-exile in London to provide money and relief to Polish Jews interned in Swiss camps.

    [Source: Saul, Eric. "Visas for Life" exhibition, February, 2000]
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