Oral history interview with Leah Goltzman
Leah Goltzman, born circa 1938 (possibly 1936) in Chelm, Poland, discusses her experiences as a refugee as she and her family fled from the Nazis across Poland into Russia; her family’s capture and transport to Stalinsk (Novokuznetsk), Siberia; her struggle to survive during the war; living for five years in displaced persons camps, including one in Ebelsberg, Austria (near Linz); immigrating to the United States; and her reflections about lessons learned during the Holocaust.
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Also in Leah Goltzman collection
An oral history interview and memoir detailing the wartime experiences of Leah Goltzman and her family
"Every Day a Gift: The Holocaust Memoir of Leah Goltzman as told to Janis Haswell" is a bound transcript of the oral history interview Janis Haswell conducted with Leah Goltzman in 2010. The bound transcript includes photocopies of Goltzman's family photographs.