Oral history interview with Ovidiu Anca
Retired Romanian Colonel Ovidiu Anca, formerly active during WWII in Eastern Europe, discusses key events involving the 1941 Odessa massacre; the explosion which destroyed the General Headquarters of the Romanian Army in Odessa; receiving Antonescu’s orders to execute 22,500 Jewish persons from the city; methods of mass extermination of Jews from the Odessa ghetto; and atrocities committed by the fascist, antisemitic movement of the Iron Guard.
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- Ovidiu Anca
- Dr. Haim Culer
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Federation of Romanian Jewish Communities
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