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USC Shoah Foundation Institute testimony of Samuel Friedman

Record Type:
Oral History
Interviewee:
Samuel Friedman
Gender:
M
Birth Year:
1919
Birth City:
Satu Mare (Crisana-Maramures/ Romania)
Birth Country:
Romania
Prewar Religious Identity:
Hasidism
Postwar Religious Identity:
orthodox Judaism
Ghettos:
Satu Mare (Romania : Ghetto)
Camps:
Dachau (Germany : Concentration Camp)(generic)
Auschwitz (Poland : Concentration Camp)(generic)
Auschwitz III-Monowitz (Poland : Concentration Camp)
Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany : Concentration Camp)
Location of Liberation:
Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany)
Liberated By:
armed forces/ United States
Other Experiences:
displaced persons camps
Interview Date:
10/2/1996
Interview Location:
NY / U.S.A.
Interview Length:
2:39:27
VHA Interview Code:
20423
Experience Group:
Jewish Survivor
Description:
Forms part of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute Visual History Archive.
Restrictions:
On-site access only. Registration required.
Language:
English
Holdings Status:
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