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Martin Koplow testimony

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    Consists of written testimony by Martin Koplow (born Koplowich), originally of Czestochowa, Poland. In his testimony, he describes forced labor in Rakow, and a forced march to Gross-Rosen, though specific details regarding places and dates are incomplete. The testimony, written as short essays and longer narratives, some fragmented and incomplete, were written as a result of a writing class Mr. Koplow attended in 1979-1980. Mr. Koplow wrote the pieces in the third person, though he describes his own experiences; the pieces also include notes from his writing professor.
    inclusive:  1978-1981
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Lillian Freedman

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    Personal Name
    Koplow, Martin.

    Administrative Notes

    Lillian Freedman donated Martin Koplow's testimony to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Mr. Koplow was her husband's maternal cousin.
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