Documents found: 28

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    1945-08-16 | Karel Abeles (later name Brožík) | Prague
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in Czech.
    Testimony of Karel Abeles (later name Brožík), which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Abeles describes being forced to leave his hometown Teplice in the Czechoslovak borderland in the fall of 1938. His family moved to Prague,…
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    Isaak Berner
    Jewish Museum in Prague, Documents of Persecution, inv. no 80. Original in German.
    Testimony of Isaak Berner, which became a part of the “documentation campaign” in Prague. Berner describes the beginning of the Nazi occupation in Riga and the persecution of Jews that followed. In October 1941, Jews from Riga were forced to moved…
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    1945-06-22 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 99. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of the 39-year old F.P. on pre-1944 antisemitism and atrocities in Subcarpathia, deportation of her family from the Munkács brick factory, and her sufferings in the Auschwitz, Geislingen, and Allach concentration camps, liberation and her…
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    1945-07-04 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 594. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of K. E. and Fanny Grünzberger on the Kamenets-Podolsk deportations in 1941, ghettoization in Ungvár/Užhorod and deportation to Auschwitz in May 1944, and their suffering in the Bergen-Belsen and Salzwedel labor camps.
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    1945-07-03 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 651. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of 16-year-old K. H. on the deportation of his family to Kamenets-Podolsk in the summer of 1941, hiding in Kőrösmező/Yasina, finding shelter in a Jewish orphans’ home in Budapest, his arrest and deportation to Auschwitz, his experiences in…
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    1945-07-20 | National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB)
    Hungarian Jewish Archives, DEGOB, Protocol no. 884. Original in Hungarian.
    Testimony of 32-year-old Dr. B. K. on her arrest and interrogation by the State Security Surveillance in Budapest, her detention in the Rökk Szilárd Street police detention house and the Kistarcsa internment camp, deportation to Birkenau, her…
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    1945 | Renata Trau
    Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, Holocaust Survivor Testimonies (coll. 301), Renata Trau Testimony (301/884). Original in Polish.
    Testimony of Renata Trau regarding the Przemyśl ghetto, its establishment, and successive liquidation actions. The author lost her mother and sister and escaped with her father to the “Aryan side”.
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    Wolf Fajnsztadt
    Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, Holocaust Survivor Testimonies (coll. 301), Wolf Fajnsztadt Testimony (301/945). Original in Polish.
    Testimony of Wolf Fajnsztadt, who was in Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski, regarding the resistance movement in the ghetto and attempts to obtain weapons. On July 26, 1944, a group of 29 young Jewish inmates escaped into the woods and undertook guerilla…
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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,…
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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.