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"J'étais une juive allemande: Histoire de Senta Luzie, née en 1926, à Talheim"

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    Consists of one memoir, 19 pages, entitled "J'étais une juive allemande: Histoire de Senta Luzie, née en 1926, à Talheim", by Senta Luzie Manesse Victorovich, originally of Talheim, Germany. Orphaned as a child, Senta was deported with her sister and grandmother to the Gurs concentration camp in 1940. She and her sister managed to escape the camp and were hidden for a time before Senta joined a group of Austrian Communist resisters in Lyon, France, with whom she worked until the end of the war. The collection includes a full translation of the memoir into English by Roger Langsdorf.

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    Roger Langsdorf donated this memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Jan. 8, 2006. Senta Victorovich is Mr. Langsdorf's former wife's cousin.
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