KeywordsBergmann, Gretel 1914-
United States. Army
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
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AbstractDocuments pertaining to Dr. Bruno Lambert’s medical career and his service in the armed forces during WW II.
Folder 1: Inventory list
Folder 2: Biographical notes about Dr. Bruno Lambert
Folder 3: Report cards: High School in Koblenz, 1932; Medical schools in Bonn and Cologne, 1933-1937
Folder 4: Documents from Universities (medical schools) in Germany and Switzerland
Folder 5-6: Documents pertaining to Dr. Lambert's medical career with the US Army
Folder 7: Correspondence
A/V: 2 audio cassettes containing an interview with Dr. Lambert, conducted by Dr. Frank Mecklenburg in 2007
Oversize folder: Doctor diploma from the University of Bern, 1938
Bruno Lambert was born October 2, 1910, in Andernach, Germany, where he was a member of the local sports association. In 1932 he started medical school in Bonn; Nazi authorities allowed him to finish his studies, because Lambert’s father had fought in the German army in WW I. But Bruno Lambert was not allowed to take the State Board exams. He therefore went to Switzerland and immigrated to the United States in 1938, where initially he worked as a housepainter. In September of 1938, Lambert got married to the German Jewish athlete Margaret Bergmann. After an internship in WHH as the first foreign intern ever hired, Lambert completed a residency in a TB hospital. Bruno Lambert opened his own office in 1941, before joining the US armed forces.
Documents pertaining to Dr. Bruno Lambert’s medical career and his service in the armed forces during WW II.
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