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Moyshe Rekhtman memoir

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1997.A.0305

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    Contains a handwritten memoir describing the author's life in a labor camp near Letichev, Ukraine cutting trees and building bridges and roads; his escape from the labor camp on November 25,1942 to the Luchinets, Ukraine ghetto; his transfer in May 1943 to Tulchin labor camp; and his escape from that labor camp and return to Luchinets three months later where he hid in a Ukrainian family's house until the end of the occupation in March 1944. After the war, he remained in Ukraine until March 29, 1985 when he emigrated to the United States.

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    1 folder

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    The Registry of Holocaust Survivors transferred the memoir to the Archives in Sept. 1997 with no information on date received or address of source. A Moyshe Rekhtman. 3161 Brighton 6th St.,Brooklyn, NY 11235-7279 was found on the CD ROM disk; a Deed of Gift and letter were sent to him October 3, 1997.
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