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The Izyaslavl ghetto in 1941

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1997.A.0403

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    Contains a photocopy of Toiba Shulimovna Shtern's memoir describing life in Izyaslavl, Ukraine following the German invasion in May 1941; her escape with her mother shortly thereafter to Moscow, Russia; and her 5-day visit to Izyaslavl in 1979 during which she went to see the area of the former Yzyaslavl ghetto and several sites of mass shootings of Jews, and spoke with former neighbors and friends who told her about the liquidation of the Izyaslavl ghetto in the fall of1941.

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    1 folder

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    Yuri Stern, a relative of the author, gave the memoir to Walter Reich on Sept. 23, 1997. Walter Reich transferred it to the Archives Oct. 7, 1997.
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