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John Gort

Oral history interview with John Gort who was born in Breslau, Germany. Escaped Gestapo while in school in Frankfurt in November 1939 due to local police. He went on to study in England but quit and than volunteered for the British Army. He worked in London, England; Northern Rhodesia and Vancouver in medical technician and psychiatric nursing. The interview also discusses John's study of German philosophers.

Burquest Jewish Community Association fonds

  • CA JMABC A.2011.035
  • Fondo
  • 1975-2002

Fonds is arranged into three series: Administrative and operational records; Newspaper clippings; Photographs and audio/visual.

Burquest Jewish Community Association

[Group standing by fence]

Photograph depicts the land purchased in Port Coquitlam for Burquest to build a synagogue on; with landscape architect Cornelia Oberlander (left), architect Jack Lutsky (middle), and building committee chair Dan Robinson (right) standing by a fence and talking to a group of people.

[Group standing by fence]

Photograph depicts the land purchased in Port Coquitlam for Burquest to build a synagogue on; with landscape architect Cornelia Oberlander (left), building committee chair Dan Robinson (middle), architect Jack Lutsky (right), and two unidentified people standing by a fence.

[Group standing by fence]

Photograph depicts the land purchased in Port Coquitlam for Burquest to build a synagogue on; with architect Jack Lutsky (left), landscape architect Cornelia Oberlander (middle), and building committee chair Dan Robinson (right) standing by a fence.

[Group standing by a fence]

Photograph depicts the land purchased in Port Coquitlam for Burquest to build a synagogue on; with landscape architect Cornelia Oberlander (left), building committee chair Dan Robinson (middle) and architect Jack Lutsky standing by a fence.

[Group looking at plan]

Photograph depicts the land purchased in Port Coquitlam for Burquest to build a synagogue on; with building committee chair Dan Robinson (left), landscape architect Cornelia Oberlander (middle), and architect Jack Lutsky standing by a fence.