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Recollections of a Polish Holocaust survivor

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1993.A.0038 | RG Number: RG-02.075.01

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    Contains information about the early life of Mieczyslaw Paul Makowski (a Polish Christian) in Poland; his participation in the Polish resistance against the German occupiers; his incarceration in Pawiak Prison, Majdanek, Buchenwald, and Flossenbürg; his experiences on a death march from Flossenbürg; his liberation; and his subsequent life in the United States.
    creation:  1992
    Collection Creator
    Mieczyslaw P. Makowski

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    Mr. Makowski's memoir entitled "A digest of memoirs of a Polish Holocaust survivor," carries the date 05 Feb. 1992 on its first page of text. He submitted the original typescript to John Gmerek of the Kosciuszko Foundation, and in Mar. 1992 Mr. Gmerek sent it to Pamela Kidron of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum I.D. Project, together with accompanying photographs. That same month, Ms. Kidron passed on the memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives, retaining a copy for her department's files and apparently also retaining the four photographs. Mr. Makowski subsequently signed a Donor Agreement with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for his memoir.
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