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Oral history interview with Helen Neuberg

Oral History | Accession Number: 1991.A.0112.15 | RG Number: RG-50.045.0015

Helen Neuberg (née Chaja Miemacher), born December 12, 1926 in Ostrowice, Poland (possibly Ostrowiec in powiat sokołowski), describes her Orthodox family; growing up Jewish and her interactions with Gentiles; the German invasion; the restrictions placed on Jews; people being killed for breaking the curfew; her experiences in the ghetto; hiding during the deportation of her family, all of whom perished in Treblinka; witnessing acts of brutality and cruelty; obtaining false papers; moving to Warsaw, Poland; finding work as a waitress in Stuttgart, Germany, where she lived in fear of discovery; being aided by a Jewish American solider after the war, who assisted her in finding relatives in North America; meeting her husband, who was a survivor of concentration camps, in a displaced persons camp; and immigrating to the United States with her child and husband.

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Neuberg, Helen
Pennebaker, James
Griffin, Alan
interview:  1985 October 26
2 videocassettes (VHS) : sound, color ; 1/2 in..
Record last modified: 2022-06-23 09:44:12
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