Michael Kishel memoir
Contains information about Michael Kichel's (Meilech Kisielnicki) escape from deportations in Kałuszyn (Kalushin), Poland; his life in hiding in Warsaw, Poland; his escape from a deportation from the Warsaw ghetto; his internment in Majdanek and subsequent internment at Auschwitz-Birkenau; his experiences working in the Birkenau camp; his transport to the Lagischa camp near Sosnowiec, Poland; his stay at the Bunawerke (I. G. Farben complex); and his participation in a death march.
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Also in Michael Kishel collection
Contains memoirs documenting the experiences of Michael Kishel during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Contains information about the German seizure of Kałuszyn, Poland; the establishment of the Kałuszyn Judenrat in November 1939 by Mayor Bumiszcz Plywaczewsky; confiscation of Jewish property in Kałuszyn; general mistreatment of the Jews of Kałuszyn; the special work of Mojsze Kisielnicki as a member of the Kałuszyn Judenrat; disease in the ghetto; and deportation of Kałuszyn Jews to Warsaw; Also included are the names of several Kałuszyn Judenrat officials.