Oral history interview with Max Rozbruch
Max Rozbruch, born January 20, 1918 in Poland, describes his life before the war; his education at a Cheder school; his Yeshiva education in Lublin when he was 11 years old; his father’s occupation as a businessman; congenial relations between gentiles and Jews in his town before the war; the beginning of the war and the German occupation; his parents’ transport to a nearby town; his escape from a transport and flight into the woods; the benevolence of a neighboring Polish family who gave him food; being found by two polish men who threatened to turn him over to the Germans; his survival by hiding in various bunkers throughout the war; helping save three other people by hiding them with him; his aid in transporting a group of girls back to Hungary; his marriage and family’s immigration to the United States; and his children’s involvement in recording his story of survival.
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