Klaus Müller is currently Project Director for Western Europe for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Muenster, Germany in 1990. Dr. Müller assists the Museum’s efforts to collect Holocaust-related documents, photos, films, and artifacts in Europe. In this capacity, Dr. Müller also develops cooperative projects with European research, cultural, and publishing institutions, and advises the Museum on matters concerning the Nazi persecution of homosexual men. Dr. Müller was the curator of Do you remember, when...?, an on-line exhibition for the Museum concerning the lives of the Jewish Youth Group in Berlin, 1941-42, and he was director of research for the recently released film Paragraph 175, which deals with gay survivors of Nazi persecution. In addition, he was the assistant director of the film . . . But I Was a Girl, which was released in 1999 and recounted the life of the lesbian resistance fighter, Frieda Belinfante. Dr. Müller also teaches seminars on film history at the University of Amsterdam and contributes film reviews for a daily German newspaper.