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Yolanda Friedmann Gold Holocaust memoirs

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1997.A.0309

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    Contains of a copy of a typewritten memoir, two pages, written by Yolanda Friedmann Gold, originally of Jibou, Transylvania. The memoir describes life in the gehtto in Simleul-Silvania, then in Goldfill, Estonia. In Estonia, she was forced to work in a pine forest and then was briefly sent to Danzig and Stutthof before being sent to a munitions factory near Hamburg. She was liberated from Bergen-Belsen, and returned to Transylvania until 1964. Also includes a handwritten memoir, 2 pages, in Hungarian, about her family's Holocaust experiences.

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    English Hungarian
    1 folder

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    Yolanda Friedmann Gold sent her memoirs to the Registry of Holocaust Survivors, which transferred the memoirs to the Archives in Sept. 1997.
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