Joseph Kuhn v krempljih Ozne
Title: Joseph Kuhn v krempljih Ozne
Other Title(s): Joseph Kuhn in the clutches of OZNA
Author: IVESIC, Tomaz
Citation: Casopis za zgodovino in narodopisje, 2017, Vol. 88-53, No. 2-3, pp. 115-134
The author devoted this article to Josip Kuhn’s life story. Joseph Kuhn was a Swiss citizen, who lived in Razvanje in the years 1920/1921. After his failure as a wood merchant, he made quite a fortune in the 1930s with poultry breeding, pig farming, and other agricultural activities. In May 1945 he was arrested by OZNA and sent to a 13-months brutal arrest, for he was supposedly a Gestapo collaborator. In January 1947, after being found not guilty, he moved to Switzerland. He also took written statements on killings at St. Areh on Pohorje. In 1948, both testimonies were published in the book Schicksal über uns.
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