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Oral history interview with Hans Werner Kusserow

Oral History | Digitized | Accession Number: 1992.A.0124.30 | RG Number: RG-50.028.0030

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    Oral history interview with Hans Werner Kusserow


    Interview Summary
    Hans Werner Kusserow, born in 1928 in Bochum, Germany, describes his parents, who were both Jehovah's Witnesses; his ten siblings; his family being subjected to frequent Gestapo house searches after 1933; experiencing trouble with teachers and students in school; being placed with his younger brother in a "reform school" in Dorsten, Germany in 1939; being taken to Nettelstedt (district in Lübbecke, Germany) and placed in a family under the constant observation of the Gestapo; being separated from his brother and finally placed in a foster family in Etten (possibly Etten, Netherlands); English troops occupying Etten in 1945; and being able to return home to his family, where he found out that two of his older brothers had been executed.
    Hans W. Kusserow
    Robert Buckley
    interview:  1991 July 18

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

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    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Oral History Branch, in cooperation with Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, Inc. produced the interview with Hans Werner Kusserow on July 18, 1991.
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