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Stalin, Hitler, and Abraham Briansky

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1994.A.0191 | RG Number: RG-02.125

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    Abraham Briansky's memoir describes how he: was deported from the Soviet Union because of a letter that he wrote and sent to Joseph Stalin; spent two years in Palestine; emigrated to France; fought in the French army during the German invasion; fled to southern France following the French capitulation; was captured by German soldiers after he tried to recover some property in Vichy France; and escaped and emigrated to the United States via Portugal. The photocopied letters relate to Briansky's attempts to get his memoir published.

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    Briansky, Abraham.

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    In Oct. 1994, the author donated his memoir and copies of his letters to the USHMMA.
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