Aaron Elster memoir
Contains a six-page memoir with information about the Nazis entering Sokolow, Podlaski in Poland, the author's experiences hiding on farms and in a friend's attic, and the fate of the author's family.
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Contains materials documenting the experiences of Aaron Elster and his family during and after the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Documents and correspondence regarding Cywia Scherb Elster (donor's mother), who was turned in to German authorities by local Poles and later shot. The documents also concern the trial of Jozef Arasim and Uzieblo, the two Poles who turned in the donor's mother and include forced testimony made by the donor and his sister.
Consists of one photograph taken in a ghetto, one prewar photograph of the donor's uncle and aunt in S. Podlaski, and eleven photographs taken in the Neu Freimann displaced persons camp of Neu Freimann. One photograph depicts the donor in his soccer team uniform in the Neu Freimann camp.