- Consists of one memoir, 16 pages, written by Dov Zugman (now David Zugman) originally of Sokal, Poland. In the memoir, Mr. Zugman describes the German invasion of Soviet-occupied Poland, the establishment of the ghetto, multiple aktions, escaping to Wolyn, the death of his mother, who was captured and killed by Ukrainians, and hiding with a family of Jehovah's Witnesses until liberation. After liberation, he emigrated to Canada. Also consists of eight photographs (six original and two copyprints) of the Zugman family before the Holocaust; one identity card, dated Feb. 6, 1946, issued to Dow Zugman in Milan; one "Emergency Identity Certificate No. 4730," dated Jan. 9, 1948, issued to Dow Zugman; one certificate from the Polish Consulate, dated Mar. 1, 1947, issued to Dow Zugman; and 16 photographs of images from a children's home in Selvino, Italy.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of David Zugman