Documents found: 22

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    1945-08-24 | Alexander Schmiedt | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Alexander (Shlomo) Schmiedt, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Schmiedt was deported from Prague to the Theresienstadt Ghetto in July 1942, from where he was sent to Auschwitz in the fall of 1944. He was…
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    Ruth Morgensternová | Brno
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Ruth Morgensternová, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. She describes her fate from November 1942 onwards, when she was deported from the Theresienstadt Ghetto, until the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen…
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    1945-11-19 | Ota Klinger | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Ota Klinger, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Klinger describes the death of his fellow prisoner Jan Herrmann during an Allied air raid on the Schwarzheide labor camp.
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    1945-12-19 | Regina Lebensfeldová-Hofstädterová | Bratislava
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in German.
    Testimony of Regina Lebensfeldová-Hofstädterová, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Lebensfeldová-Hofstädterová was deported from Bratislava to Auschwitz-Birkenau in the summer of 1942. She describes the arrival of the…
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    1945-07-13 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 1459. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of B.B. and B.J., both 24, on anti-Jewish atrocities in Munkács/Mukačevo before and after the German occupation, including the desecration of the synagogue on the so-called “Black Sabbath” in the spring of 1944, the ghetto and transit camp…
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    1945-07-20 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 1640. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of 30-year-old Dr. H.L.M. on antisemitism and discrimination in pre-war Hungary, hardships during his labor service, the deportation of his unit to the German-Hungarian border in December 1944, forced labor under German command, and a death…
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    1945-07 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 2719. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of 19-year-old G.J. and 18-year-old G.R. on their experiences as members of the commando “Kanada” in Birkenau, and slave labor in the Reichenbach, Porta Fallersleben, and Salzwedel camps.
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    Estera Stern
    Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, Holocaust Survivor Testimonies (coll. 301), Estera Stern Testimony (301/965). Original in Polish.
    Testimony of Estera Stern, who was taken from the Sosnowiec Ghetto in February 1943 to a labor camp in Parschnitz near Trutnov. She describes conditions in the camp and forced labor in the Trutnov textile factory. She was liberated by the Red Army on…
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    1945-10-31 | Ryszard Weidman
    Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, Holocaust Survivor Testimonies (coll. 301), Ryszard Weidman Testimony (301/1116). Original in Polish.
    Testimony of Ryszard Weidman, a child who was with his mother in the Warsaw Ghetto. He was smuggled out to the “Aryan side” where he hid with strangers, with his aunt and uncle coming to visit. After the defeat of the Warsaw Uprising, he and his aunt…
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    Rutka Hirschberg
    Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, Holocaust Survivor Testimonies (coll. 301), Rutka Hirschberg Testimony (301/1129). Original in Polish.
    Testimony of Rutka Hirschberg regarding her fate in the Drohobych Ghetto, the outbreak of the German-Soviet war, Ukrainian pogroms, and the introduction of armbands for Jews. The author was taken to a camp for girls, worked in the roof tile workshop,…