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Oral history interview with Morris Rosen

Oral History | Accession Number: 1999.A.0185 | RG Number: RG-50.106.0119

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Morris Rosen, born on November 10, 1922 in Częstochowa, Poland, describes his family; being forced to paint rooms for German troops during the war; his deportation to Theresienstadt; being forced on a death march to Buchenwald; receiving help from the Red Cross after the war; traveling around Poland and Germany trying to find his sister; his time spent in displaced persons camps; his memories of the Nuremberg Trials; immigrating to the United States and settling in New York; the mental stress with which he dealt after the war; attending the international law program at Columbia; moving to Baltimore, Maryland in November, 1949; getting married in 1953; collecting items from the World War Two era; and his reflections on the state of antisemitism in today’s world.

Interviewee
Morris Rosen
Interviewer
Esther Finder
Date
1999 August 05  (interview)
Language
English
Genre/Form
Oral histories.
Extent
3 sound cassettes (60 min.).