Aug 08, 2017
By Michael Kramer
On the front page of today’s Globe and Mail there’s a profile of Julius Kuhl – who lived for decades in Toronto in relative anonimity – but is described as “a hero of the holocaust” who saved hundreds and maybe thousands of lives of his fellow Jews.
Kuhl ran a construction company and died in 1985 – but according to documents stored in Switzerland, Jerusalem and Washington – Kuhl’s role as a saviour comes to light.
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