Prewar Czech Jewish life in Prague and Southern Bohemia
- Film Title
- Lederer and Bruck Families -- home movies
- Event Date
Bohemia and Moravia (Protectorate)
- US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Gabrielle Rosberger
Home movies of the Lederer and Bruck families in Prague, Plana Nad Luznici, Pacov, and Stechovice, Czechoslovakia [Southern Bohemia].
(color) Landscape, family outside home in the mountains, Peter and Nina Lederer in a field of flowers, VAR shots of family members walking towards the camera, eating oranges, CU Ivan Rechts (cousin) squatting near house. 01:05:29 (black and white) Family swimming, tubing in the water. CUs, Nina and Peter. Family walking down road, stopping to pose. Eating at picnic table. Nina pushes Peter on a swing. 01:11:05 (color) Nina and an older girl jumping rope in a park in Prague in the springtime, flowers, women sitting on a bench, walking in park. CU, Rose (Bruck) Lederer (mother) on city street with tram in BG. 01:14:22 Crowds gathered in park at Chuchle for horse races, Czech flag, VAR shots of Nina and family. 01:16:04 (black and white) Peter and Nina swimming, tubing at beach, ducks. Lederer family walking from beach, Peter has a fishing pole. Cart with hay crosses bridge in small Czech village. Mother rubs baby oil on Peter, he has a bandage on his knee. Emily (Waldstein) Bruck (Peter and Nina's grandmother) with an umbrella. Rose knitting. Family swimming.
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Home movies of the Lederer and Bruck families in Plana Nad Luznici, Pacov, and Stechovice, Czechoslovakia [Southern Bohemia]. Robert and Rose (Bruck) Lederer had two children, Nina (b. 1930) and Peter (b. ca. 1933). Paul and Blanka (Bruck) Heller (Rose's youngest sister) rented a room from Mr. Blazek in Plana after Jews were no longer allowed to work in Czechoslovakia. When the Hellers were sent to Terezin in 1942, Mr. Blazek hid the Bruck family home movies, pictures, vase, and figurines. Paul never returned from the front with the Czech Army; Blanka survived Auschwitz and retrieved the family heirlooms. The films were donated to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum by her daughter Gabrielle Reiter Rosberger.
Garden. 01:00:26 Peter Lederer with butterfly net. Lake, Robert Lederer (father) fishing. Peter picking grass. 01:02:31 Nina Lederer (with braids) walking on street reading comics. VAR CUs Lederer family and Emily (Waldstein) Bruck (Peter and Nina's grandmother) in Pacov, Czechoslovakia, walking down village street. At lake, Nina, Peter, and their grandmother on dock, walking around village. Nina and Peter skipping with an older girl. CU, flowers. Canoeing, fishing. At beach, VAR CUs family. Women knitting, blowing up beach ball. Nina and Peter eating fruit (note: Nina's handicapped left index finger is noticeable here). Many shots of Nina and Peter. 01:08:35 Nina and Peter dressed in a military uniform. 01:08:37 Farm in Plana Nad Luznici, Czechoslovakia with pigs, turkey. Nina, Peter, and older girl playing with the pigs. Family walking toward camera. Playing in grass, at lake, forest, picking mushrooms. In winter, children all bundled up, walking on road with their mother (Rose (Bruck) Lederer). Ice skating, skiing.