Oral history interview with Georges Novak
Georges Novak, born June 8, 1923 in Cesky Brod, Czechoslovakia (Kolin, Czech Republic), discusses his November 10, 1941 arrest by Nazi intelligence (Sicherheitsdienst) for sabotage against the Germans in Prague; his time in several concentration and labor camps, including Theresienstadt, Linden, Schnarchenreuth, and Zossen-Wulkow bei Trebnitz; and his experience as Martin Bormann’s “shoe shine boy” at the underground headquarters of Nazi High Command in Zossen, Germany.
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