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Testimony regarding the Ribushcheetz family

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 2010.110 | RG Number: RG-10.509

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    Consists of copies of typed testimony in English, Hebrew, and Russian, regarding the Ribushcheetz family, who hid the Sorovitz (Surowicz) family, who were Jewish, in their home in Podmostok, Ukraine, between 1942 and 1945. Includes details about the Ribushcheetz family, the new names of those they were hiding, and how they created shelters in the nearby forest. The testimony focuses on the heroism of Ivan Ribushcheetz's daughter, Mama Varka, who sacrificed a lot to save this family. Also includes two copy prints of portraits of the Sorovitz family.
    publication/distribution:  2009
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Nina Merrick
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    Ribushcheetz family
    The Ribushcheetz family hid the Sorovitz (Surowicz) family, who were Jewish, in their home in Podmostok, Ukraine, between 1942 and 1945. The Ribushcheetz family consisted of Ivan and Maria, their children Vassily, Varka, Ganna, Kharita, and Olga, and Varka's sons Petro and Pavel.

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    Nina Merrick donated this testimony to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on March 20, 2010. The Ribushcheetz family saved members of her family during the Holocaust.
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