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Leah Kessler Greenblatt memoir

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1998.A.0307

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    Leah Kessler Greenblatt's memoir contains information pertaining to her escape from Baronowicz, Poland, in June 1941, work on a collective farm in the Ukraine, and in factories in Stalingrad and Al Mata. Leah Kessler Greenblatt also describes her experiences after the war in an Austrian refugee camp and her trip to Israel in May 1946.

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    The Survivor's Registry sent this memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives on January 21, 1998.
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