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Document | Accession Number: 2012.61.1

Consists of one testimony, two pages, in English, written by Brian Greenberg regarding his father, Samuel Greenberg, orginally of Schumsck, Poland. In spring of 1942, Samuel escaped the mass shootings of Jews of his town while he was gathering food. He was in various hiding situations, including hiding in hay stacks, before joining the Russian army in 1944 as a mine sweeper. In1945, he marched from Warsaw to Berlin with the Red Army and was wounded in battle. He survived the war and immigrated to the U.S. and married Brian's mother, Ethel, in 1950.

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Brian C. Greenberg
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