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Bruno Lambert Collection

 Collection
Identifier: AR 25310 / MF 1067

Scope and Content Note

Documents pertaining to Dr. Bruno Lambert’s medical career and his service in the armed forces during WW II.

Dates

  • 1932-2007

Creator

Language of Materials

This collection is in German, English.

Access Restrictions

Open to researchers.

Access Information

Collection is digitized. Follow the links in the Container List to access the digitized materials.

Collection is microfilmed (MF 1067).

Readers may access the collection by visiting the Lillian Goldman Reading Room at the Center for Jewish History. We recommend reserving the collection in advance; please visit the LBI Online Catalog and click on the "Request" button.

Use Restrictions

There may be some restrictions on the use of the collection. For more information, contact:

Leo Baeck Institute, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY, 10011

email: lbaeck@lbi.cjh.org

Biographical Note

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.

Extent

0.25 Linear Feet

Abstract

Documents pertaining to Dr. Bruno Lambert’s medical career and his service in the armed forces during WW II.

Microfilm

Collection is available on 1 reel of microfilm (MF 1067).

Title
Guide to the Bruno Lambert Collection, 1932-2007 AR 25310 / MF 1067
Status
In Progress
Date
© 2009
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
Description is in English.

Revision Statements

  • September 2011:: Links to digital objects added in Container List.

Repository Details

Part of the Leo Baeck Institute Repository

Contact:
15 West 16th Street
New York NY 10011 United States