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Bronka Harz Kurz memoir

Document | Accession Number: 2006.6

Consists of one memoir, 3 pages, in English, by Bronka Harz Kurz, originally of Nadvirna, Poland. The family moved to Kolomyja, Poland, before the war and after the German occupation in 1941, were forced to wear a Star of David and move into the ghetto. Bronka and her mother tried to escape the ghetto multiple times, but were caught and sent back. In one instance, upon their return they learned that Bronka's father and other relatives had been deported and killed in Belzec. Bronka and her mother finally escaped to Lwow, where, until their liberation by the Russians in 1944, they lived in constant fear of being recognized as Jews.

creation:  2005
1 folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of Bronka Harz Kurz
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:00:19
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