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Victor Kugler (1900-1981) - Find A Grave Memorial Businessman, Folk Figure.Along with Miep Gies, Johannes Kleiman, and Elisabeth Bep Voskuijl (Elli Vossen), he helped hide Anne Frank; her family (father Otto, mother Edith, sister Margot); Fritz Pfeffer; and Hermann, Auguste, and Peter Van Pels from the Nazis in Amsterdam during World War II.
Victor Kugler Johannes Kleiman Even though they were not Jewish they were arrest for helping Jewish people. The Nazi arrest both Kugler and Kleiman then sent them to Amersfoorts. Kleiman was released a week later because of his poor health. He later died in 1959. Kugler managed to escape imprisonment in 1945. He moved to Canada and died in 1989.
Victor Kugler, Johannes Kleiman, Miep Gies, and Bep Voskuijl were the only employees who knew of the people in hiding. With her husband Jan and other Opekta employees (Victor Kugler, Johannes Kleiman and Bep Voskuijl), Miep Gies helped hide Otto and Edith Frank; their daughters Margot and Anne; Hermann, Auguste and Peter van Pels; and Fritz Pfeffer in several upstairs rooms in the company's ...
Perhaps the greatest achievement of Anne’s diary is that it memorializes not just Anne but also the brave souls who fought to protect them– Victor Kugler, Johannes Kleiman, Miep Gies, and Bep Voskuijl. It seems likely that, in part, the loyalty of such friends was what made it possible for Anne to write, while hiding in the Annex:
He transferred his shares in Pectacon to Johannes Kleiman and resigned as director. Their concealment was aided by Otto Frank's colleagues Johannes Kleiman, whom he had known since 1923, Miep Gies, Victor Kugler, and Bep Voskuijl. From July 1942 to August 1944, he aided his colleagues Miep Gies, Johannes Kleiman and Bep Voskuijl in the concealment of eight people, including Anne Frank, in a ...
Victor Kugler (5 June 1900 – 14 December 1981) was one of the people who helped hide Anne Frank and her family and friends during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.In Anne Frank's posthumously published diary, The Diary of a Young Girl, he was referred to under the name Mr. Kraler.