Documents found: 28

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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 | 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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    1945-07-27 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 2830. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of 22-year-old R.S. on her family who were deported in the summer of 1941 from Subcarpathia, her experiences in the ghetto of Tab (Western Hungary), slave labor outside the ghetto, deportation from Kaposvár, her experiences in Birkenau and…
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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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    1945-11-15 | Mirka Winer
    Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, Holocaust Survivor Testimonies (coll. 301), Mirka Winer Testimony (301/1169). Original in Polish.
    Testimony of Mirka Winer on her imprisonment during WWII, executions in the Bełżyce Ghetto and deportations to Majdanek. The author and her family were hiding in an attic. They were deported to the camp in Budzyń, then to Majdanek and Auschwitz, and…
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    Róża Reibscheid
    Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, Holocaust Survivor Testimonies (coll. 301), Róża Reibscheid Testimony (301/1713). Original in Polish.
    Testimony of Róża Reibscheid regarding her hiding during WWII. She recalls the aid provided to her family by the Wawrzeńczyce parish priest, Fr. Wojciech Bartosik, and Buchowski, the owner of a neighboring estate, as well as blackmail, tip-offs,…
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    1946-01-04 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB) | Budapest
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 3615. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of 24-year-old Eszter Eppler on the Auschwitz Protocols, the Kasztner train, international rescue, and Zionist resistance activities in Budapest in 1944.
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    1946-01-10 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB) | Budapest
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 3624. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of the 45-year-old R.E. on her escape from a mass execution site on the bank of the Danube during the Arrow Cross era in Budapest in early January 1945.
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    1946-02-12 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB) | Budapest
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 3648. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of M. S., a conservative Zionist leader and a member of the Palestine Office on Zionist rescue activities in Budapest and the history of the “Glass House”.
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    1945 | Ela Rozenberg
    Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, Holocaust Survivor Testimonies (coll. 301), Ela Rozenberg Testimony (301/481). Original in Polish.
    Testimony of Ela Rozenberg on the deportations of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto and the transport to the Treblinka extermination camp. After the selection, she was assigned to sort the clothes of the murdered Jews and to bury their bodies.