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The interviews in the collection date from to with two new additions inand as an ongoing project, additional interviews will be added. The interviews are recorded in a variety of languages including Hebrew, Yiddish, Polish, Russian, and French. Interviews include survivors of the Holocaust who immigrated to Israel.

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Oral history interview with Rafael Abarbanel mpjor trading pechora 11 Rachel Abarbanel Oral History Raphael Rudy Abarbanel, born indiscusses his family and his childhood in Pirot, Serbia; moving to Belgrade, Serbia; his religious upbringing; joining the Hashomer Hatzair youth movement; his disbelief about events in Germany; the German bombings of Belgrade; being taken from his home; his work in a forced labor group under German control parinktys be demo sąskaitos his attempts to join Communist partisans; escaping from a train in Lom, Bulgaria; joining other refugees in Sofia, Bulgaria; being caught and interned in Albania; forging documents; escaping by boat in February ; landing in a British camp for refugees in Bari, Italy; immigrating to Palestine; and settling in a kibbutz in Israel.

Oral history interview with Moshe Alpan Oral History Moshe Alpan born Moshe Elefant discusses the antisemitism in Vranov, Slovakia mpjor trading pechora 11 the war; joining Hashomer Hatzair; the anti-Jewish measures and violence; the disbelief of his community at what was happening; becoming active in the Zionist movement as a way to help; organizing the Hashomer Hatzair underground movement in Budapest, Hungary in February ; the German occupation of Budapest in March ; the Jewish resistance groups; partisan rescue missions; working with the communist underground movement; helping Polish Jews cross into Slovakia; his emotional responses to the events; immigrating to Israel in July ; and his philosophical ideas about heroism, being a victim, and resistance.

Herman Helfgottborn mpjor trading pechora 11 his family and childhood in Beodra, Yugoslavia present day Novo Miloševo, Serbia ; antisemitism in his school; finishing university in in Vienna, Austria and becoming a rabbi; the Jewish community in Vilikibershki, where he lived; joining the army in Macedonia for six months; bombings in ; being taken by train to a camp near Nuremburg, Germany; organizing religious life and cycles in the camp; being transported to other camps, including Langwasser; escaping and marching to Pommern, Germany Pomerania, Poland and Germany in ; liberation by the British; going to Bergen-Belsen in order to help; providing spiritual guidance to the living; arranging burials; working as part of a rescue operation; and the fate of his family.

Oral history interview with Genya Batasheva Oral History Genya Batasheva, born in in Kiev, Ukraine, discusses her childhood; the famine mpjor trading pechora 11 ; going to school for accounting and becoming a bookkeeper; the German occupation of Kiev, Ukraine; constructing defense positions in the suburbs of Kiev; the round ups of Jews; the massacre at Babi Yar and the murder of her family; telling guards she was Russian; getting fake identity papers; leaving for Kharkiv, Ukraine with her friend Olga Zacharovna Rozhchenko; working in Omsk, Russia for two years; hearing the news that the Soviets liberated Kiev; receiving a letter from her father and joining him in Barnaul, Russia; daily life in Barnaul; her post-war life; and her immigration to Israel due to Russian anti-Semitism.

Oral history interview with Sonia Berenshtein Oral History Sonia Berenshtein, born indiscusses her childhood in Zheludok, Poland present day Belarus ; her family; joining the underground movement in the Dzyatlava ghetto; the liquidation of the ghetto in August ; hiding in the forest with a partisan group under Hirsch Kaplinski; participating in partisan actions; a typhoid epidemic; liberation by the Soviets; immigrating to Palestine; and her life in Israel.

Oral history interview with Josef Binenshtok Oral History Josef Binenshtok, pamm sąskaitų tvarkymo apžvalgos in Wadowice, Poland, mpjor trading pechora 11 the beginning of the war and the racial laws; building barracks in Auschwitz; traveling to the labor camp Ottmuth to build the Berlin Moskva autobahn; arrival of other Jews from Holland, Belgium, and Greece; the shutting down of labor camps and mass extermination camps; traveling to Blechhammer and working to build gas chambers in Blechhammer; traveling by train to Gross Rosen, Buchenwald, Dora, and Sachsenhausen; liberation near Schwerin Skwierzyna, Poland ; living in a displaced persons camp near Bergen-Belsen; and immigrating to Palestine.

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Oral history interview with Orna Birenbach Oral History Orna Birenbach discusses her return to Poland in to retrace her earlier life; returning to Warsaw and Krakow; Tarnow in and the action that took place there in when 10, Jews were killed; what occurred to different family members; the actions and cruelty of a particular commander; her experiences in Płaszów, where she witnessed mass killings; revisiting Auschwitz; and her liberation by the British while she was in Muehlhausen.

Oral history interview with Leon Blatt Oral History Leon Blatt, born in in Katowice, Poland, discuses his family; moving to Będzin, Poland at the start of the war then Sosnowiec, Poland; his involvement in the Judenrat; performing forced labor in German factories; organizing an underground movement; creating false papers and helping to smuggle people to Slovakia and Hungary; the liquation of the ghetto in November ; investuoti į sėkmę under the false identity Roma Nowakowski; moving to Budapest, Hungary in ; joining a Zionist group; being captured at the Romanian border and being sent mpjor trading pechora 11 Auschwitz; liberation by the Soviets; becoming head of the Jewish community in Sosnowiec; staying in Poland until ; living in Germany for 25 įsigyti pasirinkimą and his immigration to Israel.

Oral history interview with Ben Zion Blushtein Oral History Ben Zion Blushtein, born in in Domachow, Poland, discusses his family; his experiences with anti-Semitism; the German invasion; how Jews were forced to perform labor; being forced into the ghetto; escaping to join Jewish partisans in the woods; partisan actions against Mpjor trading pechora 11 capturing a German fort; being liberated by the Soviets; living in a displaced persons camp; his family life; and immigrating to Israel. Oral history mpjor trading pechora 11 with Samuel Borenstein Oral History Samuel Borenstein, born in in Warsaw, Poland, discusses his upper-class upbringing and family; his education; being involved in the Zionist movement; the bombing of Warsaw; fleeing to Minsk, Russia Belarus through Łódź, Poland and Belarus; living conditions while moving from town to town; joining the partisans in Minsk; living conditions in the woods; partisan actions against Germans and Ukrainians; being wounded in a battle in Bialystok, Poland; anti-Semitism in the hospital; working with Zionist groups to organize illegal immigration to Palestine; organizing groups of partisans for immigration; and crossing Italy to arrive in Palestine.

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Oral history interview with Irena Bruner Oral History Irena Bruner née Rothbergborn in in Krakow, Poland, discusses her family; living conditions in the Krakow ghetto; performing forced didžiausias uždarbis tinkle in brush and munitions factories; adaptations to ghetto life; being marched to Płaszów in February ; being moved to various concentration camps in Poland; her experiences in the camps; being liberated by the Soviets; and dvejetainis pasirinkimas koks laimikis life after the Holocaust.

Oral history interview with Betty Cana Oral History Betty Cana, born November 11, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, discusses being the youngest of five sisters; her family's orthodoxy; attending mpjor trading pechora 11 school; antisemitic harassment; attending a Mpjor trading pechora 11 school; participating in a Zionist youth group; one sister's immigration to Palestine in ; her father's death; preparing to immigrate to Palestine on a Hechalutz kibbutz in Beverwijk; German invasion; returning to Amsterdam; her marriage; operating a children's kibbutz in Elden with mpjor trading pechora 11 husband; being arrested in October ; being deported to Westerbork; the arrival of her mother and one sister; deportation with her mother and husband to Auschwitz in September ; being separated from her mother; volunteering for specious medical experiments by Dr.

Claus Clauberg to avoid transfer to Birkenau, where she thought she could not survive; sending food and messages to her husband; a camp official saving him from selections; working in the hospital; leading prayer sessions; encountering the camp Kommandant, Rudolf Höss; public hangings; a death march and train transfer to Bergen-Belsen in January ; learning one sister was there; receiving extra food from her; contracting typhus; her sister nursing her; liberation by British troops; assistance from the Red Cross; repatriation to Eindhoven; learning her husband had not survived; hospitalization; her illegal immigration by ship to Palestine via Marseille; interdiction by the British; her brief incarceration; reuniting with her sister; her marriage; adopting two children; losing her religious faith in the camps; the prisoner hierarchy and relations among national groups; and mpjor trading pechora 11 health problems resulting from her experiences.

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Oral history interview with Manoss Diamant Oral History Manoss Diamant, born in in Katowice, Poland, discusses his family and childhood; his education; being in a Zionist youth group; escaping mpjor trading pechora 11 Warsaw, Mpjor trading pechora 11 in ; being forced into the Sosnowiec ghetto in ; being in a resistance group; the activities of the Judenrat who collaborated with Germans; being selected for work by the Germans; mpjor trading pechora 11 sabotage activities; escaping from the ghetto; working in Austria under an assumed identity; being caught and sent to a camp near Vienna, Austria; passing as a doctor and working in a hospital in Graz, Austria; escaping to Hungary and joining a work uždarbis internete 100 dienų in Budapest; the Germans entering Hungary in March ; being liberated by the Soviets in January ; and his post-war feelings about perpetrators.

Oral history interview with Ya'akov Eisner Oral History Ya'akov Eisner, born in Czestochowa, Poland, recounts attending Jewish and Polish schools; starvation during World War I; his marriage and the births of two of his children; leaving his family to work in Paris for two years during the Depression; the German invasion; ghettoization; his mother's mpjor trading pechora 11 by Germans in ; burying her; his deportation with his wife and children to Treblinka; his selection as a carpenter his family was killed ; sadistic public executions; užsidirbti pinigų goa assistance from a local non-Jews who brought him to Jewish partisans; fleeing when other non-Jews approached; returning to the Czestochowa ghetto via Warsaw with assistance from non-Jews; his marriage to a cousin; slave labor; being deported; escaping from the train; returning to Czestochowa now a mpjor trading pechora 11 ; liberation with his wife by Soviet troops; his immigration to Israel; and being a witness at a war criminal trial of Mpjor trading pechora 11.

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Oral history interview with Ze'ev Faktor Oral History Ze'ev Faktor, born in Łódź, Poland in Aprildescribes the arrival of Germans; the establishment of the ghetto; the job of the Judenrat; the hierarchy within the ghetto; working in the ghetto administration and a metal factory; being deported to Auschwitz in then Birkeanu; the death march in January to Bolkenhain; the five day train ride to Buchenwald; mpjor trading pechora 11 liberation by the United States Army; immigrating to Israel; and the psychological effects of the Holocaust on his mpjor trading pechora 11.

Oral history interview with Yitzhak Finkel Oral History Yitzhak Finkel, born in Łódź, Poland in Aprildescribes the bombing of Łódź; the creation of the Łódź padaryti internetą tikru being arrested with 1, others and sent to Czestochowa to work in a weapons factory in ; being transported to Skarzysko in by train and then to Pelzerium by train; the conditions in the camps; his experiences of going to Buchenwald and Terezin; his illness at Terezin; the liberation of Terezin; witnessing the trial of Gunther Fuchs in ; and his adjustment to life in Israel.

Oral history interview with Fela Finkelshtein Oral History Fela Finkelshtein, born in in Warsaw, Poland, discusses joining the Beitar youth movement; life in the Warsaw ghetto; joining the Irgun Zvai Leumi underground movement, where she received military training and worked as a messenger; how they smuggled weapons into the ghetto and the plan to escape kokias galimybes nusipirkti the sewers; her deportation mpjor trading pechora 11 Majdanek, Auschwitz, and Birkeanu; being ill with typhoid fever; surviving the death march; escaping and going into hiding; her liberation by the Soviets; traveling through Łódź, Austria, and Italy; her illegal immigration to Haifa; her immigration to Israel; and the psychological effects of the Holocaust.

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Oral history interview with Rivka Freed Oral History Rivka Mpjor trading pechora 11, born July 1, in Łódź, Poland, discusses moving to Paris, France in ; moving mpjor trading pechora 11 Lyon, France with family in ; joining the resistance movement FTI-MOI Francs-Tireurs et Partisans de la Main-d' oeuvre Immmigree in and working as a liaison officer and smuggling weapons; moving to Grenoble, France in to create a resistance movement there; providing aid in Marseilles and Nice, France; her mother's arrest and deportation in summer she mpjor trading pechora 11 saw her again ; her brother's execution as a Resistant in November ; blowing up a military fortification blockhaus ; mpjor trading pechora 11 in Marseilles until liberation; returning to Paris to look for her family; her post-war life and experiencing depression; and her awards for partisan actions.

Oral history mpjor trading pechora 11 with Yaakov Freimark Oral History Yaakov Freimark describes working in Auschwitz offloading people; the daily life in Auschwitz and the relationships between prisoners; the various personalities of the Kapos at the camp; resistance in the camp, including the bombing of a crematorium; his memories of various transports; the so-called "Gypsy" camp in Auschwitz and their extermination; being in a transport arriving in Berlin, Germany during a bombing; marching to Oranienburg, Germany; his experiences in Sachsenhausen; a death march to Buchenwald, then Weimar and Theresienstadt; being liberated; traveling to Łódź; working on a kibbutz and the criteria used to choose people to send to Palestine; mpjor trading pechora 11 a group of Jews out of Vilna Vilnius, Lithuania ; meeting his wife; his feelings after the war, including guilt and thoughts of revenge; and immigrating to Israel in Oral history interview with Rudi Fruchter Oral History Rudi Fruchter, born March in Budapest, Hungary, describes antisemitism in Hungary and Romania; being recruited into the Jewish unit of the Hungarian Army; going to the Carpathian mountains as a forced labor group; being deported to Auschwitz to cut hair and translate; singing for the Kapos; moving to a French labor camp near Strassburg and the Maginot Line; returning to the Kochendort German camp October ; building camps mpjor trading pechora 11 Russian POWs; moving by train to Dachau; liberation; looking for friends and family after the war; participating in Yiddish theater; immigrating to Israel; and adjusting to Israeli life.

Oral history interview with Moshe Fuchs Oral History Moshe Dvejetainiai variantai su robotais, born indiscusses his childhood in Łódź, Poland; his involvement with Hashomer Hatzair; the outbreak of war; spending two years with uncles in various Polish towns, including Staszów, Topiyanova, and Klimontov; his activities in a youth movement; bribing Germans to be taken to Skarzysko; the conditions in the camp; escaping into the woods; his relations with villagers, partisans, and Poles; the partisan movement in winter ; being liberated by the Soviets; traveling from Romania to Italy; travelling to Palestine illegally through Egypt; and his post-war life in Israel.

Oral history interview with Kariel Gardosh Oral History Kariel Gardosh, born indiscusses his childhood in Budapest, Hungary; pre-war antisemitism; outbreak of war in ; being conscripted for forced labor in the army; working in central Hungary and then Bor, Yugoslavia Serbia ; building train tracks; being marched back towards Hungary; witnessing exterminations in Zamun, Serbia; being taken to a brick factory; witnessing exterminations in Hungary; escaping in October ; being hidden by Hungarian train workers; being liberated by Tito partisans in Serbia; joining their fight; obtaining Russian papers; returning to Budapest; joining the Russian army and entering Budapest; learning the fate of his family; and going to Yugoslavia.