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Hans Frank's staff members Dr. Eisfeld, State Secretary Josef Bühler, and Under State Secretary Kundt in Kraków, Poland, 12 May 1941

Caption   Hans Frank's staff members Dr. Eisfeld, State Secretary Josef Bühler, and Under State Secretary Kundt in Kraków, Poland, 12 May 1941 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseGerman Federal Archive
Identification Code   Bild 183-B02732
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Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 12 May 1941
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 10 Dec 2010
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1. Anonymous says:
22 Dec 2018 03:28:58 AM

I am married into a family where the grandmother (Marie Buhler) states in 1990 that her brother Josef Buhler was not executed and was living under a different name in Oregon. She would not tell me where he was. Marie Buhler was born in Germany in 1900. Many members of the Buehler (aka Buhler) work in the grocery business presently or in the past. Has this information ever surfaced before. Marie Buehler (Buhler) died in Oregon in 1995.

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