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Oral history interview with Pesach Rosen

Oral History | Digitized | Accession Number: 1993.196.1 | RG Number: RG-50.064.0001

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    Oral history interview with Pesach Rosen


    Interview Summary
    Pesach Rosen, born in Bialystok, Poland, discusses the German invasion of Poland in September 1939; the division of Poland into German and Russian territories; the brutal treatment of the Jews by the Germans via beatings, torture, and dog attacks; the mass executions of Jews; the starvation of prisoners; the meager rations given to prisoners; the sexual harassment of women by the Germans; working as a smith and being better fed than others; befriending Germans and Poles; his experiences with the Russians, whom he found to be less cruel than the Germans; the numerous Jews in the Russian Partisan companies; the fate of the Jews who were captured while trying to escape; the deportation of Jews to Treblinka; his life after the war; immigrating to Israel; and immigrating later to the United States.
    Pesach Rosen
    interview:  1992 December

    Physical Details

    2 sound cassettes (60 min.).

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    Keywords & Subjects

    Personal Name
    Rosen, Pesach.

    Administrative Notes

    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum received the tapes of the interview from Irwin Rosen on March 25, 1993
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