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Oral history interview with Anne Eisenberg

Oral History | RG Number: RG-50.232.0023

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Anne Eisenberg (née Carla Subble), born in Slatinske Doly, Czechoslovakia (now Solotvyno, Ukraine), describes moving when she was a child with her family to Sighet, Romania; the Hungarian annexation of Sighet; her father and brothers being conscripted by Hungarian authorities and sent away for forced labor; being placed with her sisters and mother in the ghetto in Sighet in 1944; being deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau, where only she and one sister survived; being transferred to the forced labor camp Gelsenkirchen and then to Sömmerda; being liberated near Brno, Czechoslovakia (Czech Republic) in 1945; being placed in a displaced persons camp near Linz, Austria; returning to Sighet; immigrating to the United States; and her life in Detroit, MI.

Interviewee
Anne Eisenberg
Interviewer
Charlene Green
Date
1982 May 11  (interview)
Geography
creation : Oak Park (Mich.)
Language
English
Extent
1 sound cassette : analog.