"Blanka's Story" memoir
Consists of memoir, 14 pages, entitled "Blanka's Story," describing the Holocaust experiences of Blanka Schuh, born in Dubrinic, Czechoslovakia. She and her family were deported in 1944, first to Uzhgorod and then to Auschwitz, where they were separated. She was sent to Latvia to work for the Wehrmacht, and was then transferred to the Stutthof concentration camp. She was liberated by the Russians and went to a displaced persons camp in Torino, Italy. She remained in Italy for two years, then emigrated to Israel and finally to the United States in 1958. Of her family, four siblings, her parents, and all her nieces and nephews save one were killed.
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