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Recollections of a painful past

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1997.A.0330

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    Contains Alec Feiner's memoir describing his childhood in prewar Krakow, Poland; his family's experiences in Lvov, Poland (a.k.a. L'viv, Ukraine) to which they fled following the German invasion of Poland; in Fediakovo, a Soviet labor camp in the Ural Mountains region to which they were deported in July 1940; in Solvychegodsk and Kharitonovo, Soviet Union, in Lublin, Poland following the Soviet invasion in 1944, in postwar Krakow, Poland, Vienna, Austria and the United States. An "Epilogue" describes Alec Feiner's 1996 trip to Russia to revisit sites of his wartime experiences.

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    Alec Feiner sent his memoir to Amy Rubin of the Oral History Department in November 1997, and she transferred it to the Archives November 13, 1997.
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