Bergmann, G.F.J. (1900-): material relating to Jewish alpinists in Germany (microfilm)

Scope and Content

Various issues of alpinist journals and correspondence on, amongst other things, the involvement of Jews in the sport of mountaineering, 1923-1928.

Administrative / Biographical History

Dr. George F.J. Bergmann was a German Jew who enrolled in the French Foreign Legion as a foreign national living in France in 1939. He was later interned in the notorious prison, Hadjerat M'Guil, in French North Africa and later fought for the British in a pioneer corps company. His origins are not known. He emigrated to Australia after the war. Evidently he was a keen mountaineer.



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Dr. George F. J. Bergmann

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Archivist's Note

Entry compiled by Howard Falksohn.

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Related Material

See also WL 616