Friday, August 20, 2004

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The Jagellonen University Archives inform that dr Anton Plügel (born 1910) was employed in Institut für Deutsche Ostarbeit in Krakow during the second world war. In General Gouverment board Plügel was a assistant in museums matters. He worked in IDO in “Sektion Rassen und Volkstumsforschung“. He was interested in problem of „Goralenfolk (for example Articles in “Die Burg”. From Krakow he was taken to „Wehrmacht Army“ Some materials concern to A. Plugel and Section you can find in found IDO in our Archives. We know that the after documents we kept in Bundesarchiv in Berlin.
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Sybille Amber
Sent: Saturday, December 06, 2003 4:34 PM
Subject: In Search for a man
Dear Prof. Dr. Jerzy Michalewicz,
we are a group of students searching for a man called Anton Plügel, or Pluegel . We know, that he was last heard of having stayed in Krakow in 1945.

Anton Pluegel was an Anthropologist and I hope to find his track this way. I am Sybille Amber, a student at the department of Ethnology, Cultural & Social Anthropology, University Vienna/ Austria, working on " Ethnology during National Socialist Dictatorship".
I hope to hear from you soon. Kind regards,Sybille Amber
( Email: Monday, December 15, 2003 2:25 PM)


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posted by Sybil Amber at 8/20/2004 05:41:00 PM


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