- Four pages of typescript testimony about the experience of a Polish family living in Minden, Germany before World War II, growing antisemitism during 1930s, training in vocational program and apprentice on farm in Oldenburg, and their arrest and deportation during the Polenaktion of 1938 to the camp in Zbąszyń. After efforts of friends from a German farm, he was able to immigrate to England in 1939, but his parents and siblings never made it out of Poland and perished.
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- Geographic Name
- Zbąszyń (Poland)--History--20th century.
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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
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- Permanent Collection
- Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1995 by Isidor J. Kirshrot.
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