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Oral history interview with Yahad-In Unum interviewee 774U

Oral History | Accession Number: 2009.24.224 | RG Number: RG-50.589.0224

The interviewee, a Ukrainian man born in 1927, discusses events in Bogdanivka (Bohdanivka), Ternopil's'ka Oblast, Ukraine; the prewar presence of Jews, many of whom owned small stores; the arrival of German troops; the initial shooting of some Jews and taking of others to a camp in nearby Kam'yanki (Kam'yanky), Ukraine, where they worked in a quarry and on roads; German orders to farmers, including his father, to plant sugar beets, which they then had to delivery to Pidvolochis'k (Pidvolochys’k), Ukraine for processing; surreptitiously giving beets to Jews working on the road and how they ate them raw; giving food to a Jewish man and child who appeared one night at his house; at their request, driving them by wagon to Pidvolochis'k, where they dismounted and disappeared; hearing from his father about the shooting of Jews at a ditch near Kam'yanki and hearing the sounds of shooting; and the burning of bodies after the shooting.

interview:  2009 May 06
creation: Bohdanivka (Pidvolochys'kyi raion, Ukraine)
1 compact disc.
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Yahad-in Unum
Record last modified: 2022-07-28 19:54:45
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