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Oral history interview with Miriam Blumenstock Unreich

Oral History | Digitized | Accession Number: 1996.A.0586.19 | RG Number: RG-50.407.0019

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    Oral history interview with Miriam Blumenstock Unreich


    Interview Summary
    Miriam Unreich (née Blumenstock), born April 30, 1923 in Spicka Staravetz (ph), Czechoslovakia, describes her father’s store selling clothes and textiles and his involvement in the lumber business; the deportations beginning in March 1942; the Aryanization of the family business and the new proprietor giving them permission to stay; how only eight Jewish families remained in their town by the end of 1942; preparing to go into hiding in 1943 but being betrayed and handed over to the Germans at the Polish border; being kept in prison for a short time then sent to Płaszów concentration camp near Kraków, Poland; being separated from her mother; her mother hiding 500 dollars in Miriam’s clothes; receiving help from a German inmate, who got her extra food; being transferred after two months to Birkenau; meeting a friend who was a Blockälteste and protected her; being sent on death march to Ravensbrück concentration camp in Germany on January 18, 1944; going to Neustadt-Glewe; and being liberated on April 30, 1945 by the Russian Army.
    Miriam B. Unreich
    Annette Goldenberg
    interview:  1995 December 10

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    1 videocassette (VHS) : sound, color ; 1/2 in..

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    Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre conducted the interview on December 10, 1995, in Melbourne, Australia. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum acquired the tape of the interview in July 1996.
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