Aron Bell describes his brothers Arthur Butler Arthur Meier describes his family's struggle to emigrate Betty Goldberg Betty Goldberg tells how she avoided being arrested. E. Edward Herman recalls being abandoned in Budapest E. Edward Herman recalls when his father left Warsaw E. Edward Herman talks about trying to survive in Warsaw E. Edward Herman tells about life in the Warsaw Ghetto Edith Simon Edith Simon discusses Kristallnacht Essie, Esia Shor, Levine Fred Wysocki recounts being taken as a POW of the German Army Fred Wysocki remembers liberation Fred Wysocki tells about feeding former camp prisoners Fred Wysocki tells about liberation Ginette Hirsch tells how her parents helped Jewish refugees Ginette Hirsch recounts when her family fled their home. Ginette Hirsch tells how her father was arrested Ginette Hirsch tells how she was liberated Halina Herman tells what life was like as a hidden child Jerry Rawicki Judith Szentivanyi (nee Szasz) describes selections at Auschwitz Lawrence Fuller describes a concentration camp Lawrence Fuller describes what he witnessed after liberation Lawrence Fuller talks about Ebensee Concentration Camp Lillian Bielski (nee Ticktin) describes Tuvia Bielski's leadership Lillian Bielski (nee Ticktin) tells how Tuvia convinced others to join them in the woods Lillian Bielski (nee Ticktin) talks about life under Nazi occupation Magda Quittner Marie Silverman (Berkovic) tells how she and her sister escaped a transit camp Mickey Quittner Mickey Quittner discusses his experiences Mickey Quittner tells how he was forced to eat on Yom Kippur Paul Temmer discusses living in the ghetto Paul Temmer discusses Raoul Wallenberg Paul Temmer discusses the loss of his family's valuables Paul Temmer remembers staying in a bomb shelter Paul Temmer talks about his first experience with antisemitism Paul Temmer talks about Nazi occupation Paul Temmer tells about having to share his home with strangers Paul Temmer tells how he was moved into the ghetto Paul Temmer tells how his property was inventoried by a neighbor Philip Peper talks about the Dutch Underground Philip Peper tells how he made a hiding place Salomon Pila Salomon Wainberg Samuel Schryver talks about surviving in Westerbork Transit Camp Toni Rinde Walter Loebenberg talks about Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass) Yetti Sterensis tells about going to Germany to work Yetti Sterensis recalls her family's move into the ghetto Yetti Sterensis recalls visiting her father Yetti Sterensis tells how her family bought food in the ghetto Yetti Sterensis tells how she got false papers

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Judith Szentivanyi (nee Szasz) describes selections at Auschwitz

Judith Szentivanyi (nee Szasz) describes selections at Auschwitz

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Paul Temmer talks about his first experience with antisemitism

Paul Temmer talks about his first experience with antisemitism and having to wear the Jewish star.

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Paul Temmer talks about Nazi occupation

Paul Temmer talks about the Nazi occupation of Budapest.

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Paul Temmer tells how his property was inventoried by a neighbor

Paul Temmer tells how his property was inventoried by a neighbor.

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Paul Temmer discusses the loss of his family's valuables

Paul Temmer discusses the loss of his family's valuables

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Paul Temmer tells about having to share his home with strangers

Paul Temmer tells about having to share his home with strangers.

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Paul Temmer tells how he was moved into the ghetto

Paul Temmer tells how he and his grandparents were moved into the ghetto from his home in Budapest, Hungary.

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Paul Temmer discusses living in the ghetto

Paul Temmer discusses living conditions in the ghetto.

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Paul Temmer remembers staying in a bomb shelter

Paul Temmer remembers staying in a bomb shelter

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Paul Temmer discusses Raoul Wallenberg

Paul Temmer discusses how Raoul Wallenberg saved many Jewish men, women and children living in the ghetto.

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Fred Wysocki remembers liberation

Fred Wysocki remembers the liberation of Ebensee Concentration Camp.

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Fred Wysocki recounts being taken as a POW of the German Army

Fred Wyscoki recounts how he was taken as a POW of the German Army during World War II.

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Fred Wysocki tells about feeding former camp prisoners

Fred Wysocki tells about feeding former Ebensee Concentration Camp prisoners.

 

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Fred Wysocki tells about liberation

Fred Wysocki tells about liberation.

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Lillian Bielski (nee Ticktin) talks about life under Nazi occupation

Lillian Bielski (nee Ticktin) talks about life under Nazi occupation.

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Lillian Bielski (nee Ticktin) tells how Tuvia convinced others to join them in the woods

Lillian Bielski (nee Ticktin) tells how Tuvia convinced others to join them in the woods.

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Lillian Bielski (nee Ticktin) describes Tuvia Bielski's leadership

Lillian Bielski describes Tuvia Bielski's leadership of the Otriad.

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Arthur Meier describes his family's struggle to emigrate

Arthur Meier describes his family's struggle to emigrate to the United States.

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Lawrence Fuller describes a concentration camp

Lawrence Fuller describes a concentration camp.

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Lawrence Fuller describes what he witnessed after liberation

Lawrence Fuller describes what he witnessed after the liberation of a concentration camp.

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Lawrence Fuller talks about Ebensee Concentration Camp

Lawrence Fuller talks about Ebensee Concentration Camp.

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E. Edward Herman talks about trying to survive in Warsaw

E. Edward Herman talks about trying to survive, living outside of the Warsaw Ghetto

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E. Edward Herman recalls being abandoned in Budapest

E. Edward Herman recalls being abandoned in Budapest.

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E. Edward Herman tells about life in the Warsaw Ghetto

E. Edward Herman tells about life in the Warsaw Ghetto

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E. Edward Herman recalls when his father left Warsaw

E. Edward Herman recalls when his father left Warsaw

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Yetti Sterensis recalls her family's move into the ghetto

Yetti Sterensis recalls her family's move into the ghetto.

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Yetti Sterensis tells how her family bought food in the ghetto

Yetti Sterensis tells how her family bought food in the ghetto.

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Yetti Sterensis tells how she got false papers

Yetti Sterensis tells how a Nazi officer helped her get false papers listing her identity as a gentile.

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Yetti Sterensis recalls visiting her father

Yetti Sterensis recalls visiting her father who was imprisoned in a concentration camp.

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Edith Simon discusses Kristallnacht
Edith Simon was born in Frankfurt am Mein, Germany and raised with one brother in a reform Jewish home.  Her father owned a wine sales company. On November 9, 1938 she witnessed Kristallnacht.  She emigrated with mother and brother to United States on November 25, 1939 via Italy with ...
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Edith Simon
Edith Simon was born in Frankfurt am Mein, Germany and raised with one brother in a reform Jewish home.  Her father owned a wine sales company. On November 9, 1938 she witnessed Kristallnacht.  She emigrated with mother and brother to United States on November 25, 1939 via Italy with he...
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Mickey Quittner discusses his experiences
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Ginette Hirsch tells how her father was arrested

Ginette Hirsch tells how her father was arrested.

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Philip Peper talks about the Dutch Underground

Philip Peper talks about the Dutch Underground.

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Betty Goldberg tells how she avoided being arrested.

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Betty Goldberg

Betty Goldberg tells how she was rescued.

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Ginette Hirsch tells how she was liberated

Ginette Hirsch tells how she and her family were liberated.

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Ginette Hirsch tells how her parents helped Jewish refugees

Ginette Hirsch tells how her parents helped Jewish refugees.

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Yetti Sterensis tells about going to Germany to work

Yetti Sterensis tells about going to Germany to work.

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Ginette Hirsch recounts when her family fled their home.

Ginette Hirsch tells about when her family escaped their home.

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Marie Silverman (Berkovic) tells how she and her sister escaped a transit camp

Marie Silverman (Berkovic) tells how she and her sister escaped a transit camp.

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Salomon Wainberg

Salomon Wainberg discusses life in hiding during the Holocaust.

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Aron Bell describes his brothers

Aron Bell describes his brothers, Tuvia, Zus and Asael Bielski.

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Halina Herman tells what life was like as a hidden child

Halina Herman tells what life was like as a hidden child.

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Toni Rinde

Toni Rinde (nee Igel) tells how she was taken in by a Polish Christian.

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Arthur Butler

Arthur Butler discusses liberating Ebensee Concentration Camp

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Jerry Rawicki

Jerry Rawicki talks about being rescued and hidden.

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Magda Quittner

Magda Quittner talks about living in the ghetto.

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Salomon Pila

Salomon PIla talks about Oscar Schindler

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Samuel Schryver talks about surviving in Westerbork Transit Camp

Samuel Schryver talks about surviving in Westerbork Transit Camp

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Walter Loebenberg talks about Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass)

Walter Loebenberg tells his experience during Kristallnacht (November 9, 1938).  He discusses what he witnessed as well as his arrest that day. 

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Essie, Esia Shor, Levine
Essie Shor was 16 years old when the Nazis invaded Belarus. After the Nazis occupied Novogrudok, the town where she and her family lived, most of her family were killed in an action. Only Essie and her father remained. Later, Essie was able to escape to the forest and spent two years as part of ...
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