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Oral history interview with Zvi Naor

Oral History | Accession Number: 1995.A.1272.111 | RG Number: RG-50.120.0111

Zvi Naor, born on September 14, 1924, describes his family; living in Tyszowce, Poland; the burning of their town by the gentiles and moving to Komorov (Komarów-Osada); the arrival of the Germans and the establishment of anti-Jewish rules; being moved into a ghetto; going with his family to Tushab (possibly Tuczapy, Poland); the German’s arrival in Tushab; the murder of many Jews, including his mother, and hiding during the massacre with his sister; finding his friend Shimon; going to live in the Rubyeshov ghetto; going to Budzyn concentration camp; working in road paving; a plan to escape the camp; the execution of many people; being sent to Myelitz camp (possibly Myslowice) and the cruelty of the Jewish guards there; being sent at the beginning of 1944 to Vyelizka (Wieliczka) for several weeks then Flossenbürg; conditions in Flossenbürg; being moved to Litomerice, where he stayed for 10 months; his work in Litomerice and his experiences receiving medical care; being moved to Theresienstadt in April 1945; being liberated by the Russians; going to Italy before immigrating to Palestine; his reflections on his experience and teaching the Holocaust; and testifying in a war crimes trial in Germany after the war.

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Naor, Zvi
interview:  1992 June 03
7 videocassettes (U-Matic) : sound, color ; 3/4 in..
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection
Record last modified: 2022-06-24 20:19:02
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