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The Barber of Goerlitz

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    Consists of one memoir, 71 pages, entitled "The Barber of Goerlitz," by Dr. Kasriel K. Eilender, M.D., originally of Suwałki, Poland. In the memoir, Dr. Eilender describes his childhood in Suwałki, the Soviet and German occupations of the area, his Holocaust experiences in the Derecyn-Slonim ghetto and in the Mogilev, Blizyn, Płaszów, Gross-Rosen, and Langenbielau concentration camps. After his liberation, he reunited with American relatives; with their help, he emigrated to the United States after the war and attended medical school.

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    Dr. Kasriel K. Eilender donated his memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives on July 7, 2005.
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