Karl Gustav Kindermann Collection
Scope and Contents
Folder 1 contains copies of letters from Kindermann to Rabbi Marwin Tokayer, Tokyo (1974-1975), to Peter Lewinsohn, Heidelberg (1965-1974), and to Joseph Walk himself (1976-1977), as well as Walk’s research notes.
Folder 2 contains correspondence between Walk and various archives and individuals, in which he inquired about Kindermann's life (1989-1997).
Folder 3 contains copies of clippings and manuscripts pertaining to Kindermann (1925-1975).
- Walk, Joseph (Person)
Language of Materials
The collection is in German, Hebrew and English.
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Conditions Governing Use
Folders 1 and 3 from this collection have been digitized. Folder 2 was not digitized due to privacy issues.
The file contains various documents pertaining to Joseph Walk's research on Karl Gustav Kindermann and his relations with the Nazi and Japanese regimes during World War II. The file comprises three folders.
This collection is arranged in 1 series.
- Series I: Correspondence, clippings and manuscripts, 1925-1997
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- Language of description
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