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Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1994.A.0270 | RG Number: RG-02.160

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    Describes the experiences of ten Holocaust survivors who settled in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Includes accounts of survivors who: survived Auschwitz, Mauthausen, Bergen-Belsen, the Warsaw Ghetto, Płaszów, Buchenwald, Terezin (a.k.a. Theresienstadt) Hungarian labor battalions, work camps in Silesia, and Aktionen; worked in factories where V-2 rockets and/or German ordnance was assembled; passed as gentiles and/or escaped the Nazis and their collaborators via other means; hid their children; and lost family members.
    the stories of ten Hamiltonians who survived

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    The USHRIA received a copy of the essay in Jul 1994.
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