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Djordje (Djura) Rajs papers

Document | Accession Number: 2012.35.1

The Djordje (Djura) Rajs papers include a diary written by Djordje (Djura) Rajs in a former military barracks in Petrovgrad, Yugoslavia (currently Zrenjanin, Serbia). In the diary, Djura details the Nazi occupation of Petrovgrad and forced conscription of Jewish men as well as being forced to move to a dilapidated former Army barracks in May 1941. He further describes that he writes "not something imaginary but rather a complete truth which I lived through..."

Date
inclusive:  1941
Language
Serbo-Croatian
Genre/Form
Diaries.
Extent
2 oversize folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Jovan Rajs
 
Record last modified: 2019-12-05 20:54:57
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