Sheindel (Bella) Trebits diary
Consists of one color copy of a diary, begun on July 8, 1945, in Hungarian, by Sheindel Trebits, known as Bella (now Sheindel Sussman). The diary relates Bella's memories of her hometown of Bacs-Kossuthflava, the German invasion in 1944, and her deportation to the Bacsalmas ghetto. Later, Bella is deported to Auschwitz and then to various German camps until she was liberated by American troops on April 14, 1945. In the fall of 1945, after she had begun writing the diary, Bella traveled east to Prague, then to Kilkinda, Yugoslavia.
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