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Oral history interview with Lucie Rosenberg

Oral History | Accession Number: 2004.214 | RG Number: RG-50.549.02.0078

Lucie Rosenberg, born in 1921 in Zagreb, Yugoslavia (Zagreb, Croatia), describes her travels and residences as a youth in the United States and Europe; her early career as a broadcaster and translator for what was to become the Voice of America; meeting her husband in New York City and marrying him in 1946; starting a family; her eight years in Venezuela in the 1950s when her husband began a long career with the Associated Press; living in Mexico, New York City, and then Paris, France for eleven years; the detention of European refugees as potential enemy aliens in Oswego, New York; the changing political scene in Yugoslavia; moving to Washington, DC in 1979 and instructing U.S. State Department personnel assigned to work in Yugoslavia; her role as a volunteer at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, where she worked with collections related to Croatian Jews and the Holocaust; and her hope for tolerance in the world.

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Mrs. Lucie S. Rosenberg
Neenah Ellis
interview:  2004 April 16
interview:  2004 April 22
Oral histories.
4 sound cassettes (60 min.).
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, courtesy of the Jeff and Toby Herr Foundation
Record last modified: 2021-02-16 15:52:51
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