Anna K. Holocaust testimony (HVT-3733) interviewed by Vera Bischizky,
Videotape testimony of Anna K., who was born in Bar, Ukraine in 1926. She recounts moving to Mohyliv-Podilʹsʹkyĭ, then Tomashpolʹ; attending school to eighth grade; cordial relations with non-Jews; German invasion in July 1941; evacuating to Stalingrad (Volgograd) with her parents and brother, then to Goncharovka; working on a collective farm; evacuation to Astrakhanʹ, Chimkent (On︠g︡tu̇stīk), Kazakhstan, then Karamurt; working on a collective farm; studying in Chimkent and working summers on the collective farm with her family; traveling to Makiïvka in 1944; working as a tax inspector; postwar return to Tomashpolʹ; learning all their relatives had been killed in Bar; moving to Chernivt︠s︡i in 1946; working in Zastavna; marriage in 1959; her daughter's birth in 1960; and emigration to Germany in 1994. Ms. K. discusses prewar family celebrations of Jewish holidays, and hardships and hunger during the war.
- Potsdam, Germany : Moses Mendelssohn Zentrum für europäisch-jüdische Studien, Universität Potsdam
- Interview Date
- December 9, 1996.
- Zastavna (Ukraine)
Tomashpilʹ (Tomashpilʹsʹkyĭ raĭon, Ukraine)
On︠g︡tu̇stīk Qazaqstan oblysy (Kazakhstan)
- 2 copies: Betacam SP dub; and 1/2 in. VHS with time coding.
- Cite As
- Anna K. Holocaust Testimony (HVT-3733). Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, Yale University Library.