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Oral history interview with Samuel Biegun

Oral History | RG Number: RG-50.232.0008

Samuel Biegun, born on December 25, 1932 in Pinsk, Poland, describes his early life in Pinsk; experiencing antisemitism; the Russian occupation of Pinsk and being under house arrest with his family; being deported with his family to Siberia; the journey to Siberia; living in a village called Airtau in Kazakhstan (possibly Ayyrtau in Soltustik Qazaqstan oblysy) for the duration of the war; returning to Poland after the war for a short time before moving to displaced persons camps in Germany; going to Israel; going with his wife to Canada; and settling in Oak Park, MI.


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Interviewee
Samuel Biegun
Interviewer
Arthur Kirsch
Date
interview:  1983 February 13
Language
English
Extent
1 sound cassette : analog.