KeywordsWorld War, 1939-1945
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AbstractClippings and biographical material on the brothers Frederick J. and Rudolph H. Michel.
26 page typescript : “My life by Rudolph H Michel, Ph.D.”
One page curriculum vitae by Frederick J. Michel
Rudolph (March 23, 1925 – Oct. 26, 2006) and his older brother Frederick were born in Landau, Germany. They emigrated to the U.S. in 1936, were they settled in Brooklyn, NY. Both brothers graduated from CCNY (City College) and after World War II they settled in their respective careers: Frederick’s mechanical engineering and Rudolph’s chemistry.
Photocopy of a Washington Post article (August 20, 2006) about WW II POW camp Fort Hunt, Virginia, where Frederick Michel and other German Jewish immigrants worked as translators and interrogators. - Dealing with the same story: photocopy of the cover of L’Express magazine (January 2006) with a picture of Frederick J. Michel, showing part of his WW II uniform.
Clippings and biographical material on the brothers Frederick J. and Rudolph H. Michel.
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