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William Eisen testimony

Document | Accession Number: 1994.A.0055 | RG Number: RG-02.136

The memoir describes the experiences of William Eisen and members of his family during the Holocaust and relates the attempts of surviving family members to rebuild their lives afterwards.The first part of the memoir portrays the persecution and killing of Polish Jews, including members of Eisen's family, and conditions that the author experienced inside the ghetto in Miechów, Poland, and the concentration camps of Julag I and II, Kraków-Plaszów, Skarżysko-Kamienna, Rakow (a.k.a. Rakov), and an unnamed subcamp of Buchenwald. The latter part of the memoir depicts Eisen's life inside the British displaced persons camp at Judenburg, Austria, and his emigration to the United States.

Date
1956
Genre/Form
Memoirs.
Extent
5 linear in..
2 microfiche.
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Record last modified: 2015-07-09 09:06:41
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