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Blanka Kronenberg memoirs

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    Consists of two memoirs, each 2 pages, by Blanka Kronenberg, originally of Poland. In the first, she describes her memories of working in a woodworking factory run by the Germans, of the transport of Jews to the ghetto, and of a death march from Auschwitz in 1945. In the second, entitled "The Evacuation of the Jews of Wierzbwik-Starachowice," she describes the establishment of the Wierzbwik-Starachowice ghetto, life in the ghetto, and the 1942 selection and deportation of its' residents.

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    Blanka Kronenberg donated this memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Sept. 2004.
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