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Moses Weiser collection

Document | Accession Number: 2010.428

Consists of a folder of information regarding the Holocaust experiences of Moses (born Moishe) Weiser, originally of Ganachuvka, Poland. Includes an English-language transcript of a Yiddish language oral history with Mr. Weiser, in which he describes his childhood, Jewish life in the town, his deportation in 1940 to the Premishlan ghetto, and subsequently to a series of small concentration camps before being deported to Janowska concentration camp in May 1941. He describes life at Janowska, where he was imprisoned until escaping in July 1944 and joining a group of Jews hiding in the woods near Lesienice. Also includes information that Mr. Weiser's daughter, Ann Glasser, found about the Janowska concentration camp, as well as names and dates related to his life and Holocaust experiences.

1 folder
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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Ann Glasser
Record last modified: 2022-07-28 17:51:06
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