Helmut Klose Papers
(1902-) 1926-1976 (2001)
Total size 0.11 m.
Consultation Not restricted
Born in Jankemühle, Brandenburg, Germany 1904, died Haslingfield, Great Britain 1987; active in the anarcho-syndicalist movement, went to Spain to fight in the Spanish Civil War; interned in the camp Gurs in the south of France in 1939; came to Cambridge, England later in 1939, where he stayed for the rest of his life.
Copy of a diary by Helmut Klose made during his stay in the internment camp Gurs in France 1939; copies of some manuscripts by and on Helmut Klose and Emilio Hessenthaler (Joe Oll) 1939-1940.
Copies of documents relating to the history of the Klose family in Germany; copies of letters and postcards by Helmut Klose to his family in Germany, later the German Democratic Republic 1926-1976.