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Oral history interview with Rina Nezer

Oral History | Digitized | Accession Number: 1994.A.0051.11 | RG Number: RG-50.308.0011

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    Oral history interview with Rina Nezer


    Interview Summary
    Rina Nezer, born in Kraków, Poland, describes moving to Israel in April 1939; her close friend Gusta Dawidson-Draenger (nome de guerra Justyna), whom she met in 1930 when Gusta was 13 years old; Gusta’s membership in the Bnot Yaacov youth movement; the Jewish youth in Kraków, which was divided into two groups, the secular youth and the religious youth; choosing a high school in Kraków; attending the School of Language and Education with Gusta; being a guide in the Akiba movement and inviting Gusta to join; Gusta’s decision to leave Bnot Yaacov and join Akiba; Gusta joining the editorial team (along with Shimshon Draenger) of their youth journal, Tze'irim (which means young in Hebrew); finishing high school and leaving Kraków, while Gusta remained an active member of Akiba; Shimshon joining the Akiba movement when he was 13 years old and doing all the drawing of the Tze'irim journal; her thoughts on Dolek (Aharon Liebeskind), who was an active member of Akiba; her brother, who was six years younger than her and a member of Vushka’s group in Akiba; her mother and sister being sent to Belzec, after which her brother became an active member of the underground group; and learning of her brother’s death through Gusta’s diary (Justyna's Narrative).
    Rina Nezer
    Dr. Eli Pfefferkorn
    interview:  1987 October 20
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, United States Holocaust Memorial Council

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    The interview with Rina Nezer was conducted on October 20, 1987 by Eli Pfefferkorn for the Krakow Underground Project. The project was coordinated by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council in Israel with Holocaust survivors who were members of the Krakow Underground.
    Funding Note
    The cataloging of this oral history interview has been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
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