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Rose G. Holocaust testimony (HVT-2270) interviewed by Louise Goodman and Deborah Shelkan Remis,

Oral History | Fortunoff Collection ID: HVT-2270

Videotape testimony of Rose G., who was born in Nasielsk, Poland in 1914. She recounts living with her husband's family in Serock; the outbreak of war; incarceration with her parents-in-law and children in the Nasielsk synagogue; a mass shooting of sick people behind the synagogue; transfer with her family to Kock via Warsaw; her child's and parents-in-law's death due to starvation; working with her husband on a Polish farm; her other children's denouncement while she was hiding in a different place; transfer with her brother to Parczew; then to the Międzyrzecz ghetto; deportation after three months of slave labor in Majdanek to Auschwitz; hard labor and hunger; transfer to Bergen-Belsen; and liberation by British troops. Mrs. G. describes her marriage and daughter's birth in Bergen-Belsen after liberation and emigration to the United States in 1949.

G., Rose, 1914-
Peabody, Mass. : Holocaust Center of the Jewish Federation of the North Shore, 1992
Interview Date
March 13, 1992.
Nasielsk (Poland)
Kock (Poland)
Parczew (Biała Podlaska, Poland)
Serock (Warsaw, Poland)
2 copies: 3/4 in. dub; and 1/2 in. VHS with time coding.
Cite As
Rose G. Holocaust Testimony (HVT-2270). Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, Yale University Library.