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Oral history interview with Miriam Goron

Oral History | Accession Number: 1991.A.0110.3 | RG Number: RG-50.266.0003

Miriam Goron (née Margot Friedlander), born in Berlin, Germany in 1931, describes her parents, who were taken away in early 1942 by the Gestapo because they hid Polish Jews; being left with her two younger brother; being taken to a transitional small camp in Berlin with 80 other children; working in assorted jobs; being liberated by the Russians as the war ended; being taken with her brothers by a communist aunt; a friend influencing her to go to Palestine; escaping with her brothers from her aunt and meeting Jewish Brigade soldiers in Berlin who sent them to Bergen-Belsen and Blankenese; going to Palestine and joining Kibbutz Dorot; and the work she has been doing in the kibbutz since then.


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Interviewee
Miriam Goron
Interviewer
The Honorable Hadassah Rosensaft
Date
interview:  1991 October 29
Language
Hebrew
Extent
1 videocassette (U-Matic) : sound, color ; 3/4 in..
 
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