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"One Day This Will be a Film"

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    Consists of one memoir, approximately 60 pages, entitled "One Day This Will be a Film: Childhood Memories of a Girl from the Lvov Ghetto," by Nava Ruda (originally Sheindel-Charlotte (Lunia) Kohn). Nava and her parents survived with the help of her childhood nanny, Jula Jurek, a Polish woman. This memoir is an English language translation of the the original Hebrew.

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    Nava Ruda donated her memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives on June 3, 2004. The memoir is an English language translation of the published German original, "Zum ewigen Andenken," which is housed in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Library.
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