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Worry a Jewish deaf-blind survivor shares her story / produced and directed by Patti Durr ; edited by Patti Durr and Don Feigel.

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    "While most people are familiar with the Holocaust, very few have learned about it from the Deaf perspective. Doris Fedrid, a Jewish Polish Deaf survivor who late in life also became blind, shares her experiences under Nazism. She tells us of life under occupation, in the ghetto and labor camp, their brave escape and hiding, to her journey to the US, where she met and married a fellow Deaf survivor from Austria."--Back of container.
    Format
    Video
    Published
    Rochester, N.Y. : National Technical Institute for the Deaf, c2009
    Other Authors/Editors
    Fedrid, Doris.
    Durr, Patricia.
    Feigel, Don.
    Notes
    Title from disc container.
    Producer and director, Patti Durr ; editors, Patti Durr and Don Feigel.
    Testimony by Doris Fedrid.
    DVD.
    American Sign Language with English voice-over and subtitles.

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    1 videodisc (31 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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    2009-09-18 15:22:00
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