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Reuven Taibel memoir

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    Consists of one memoir, 4 pages, regarding the Holocaust experiences of Reuven Taibel, originally of Vilkemeer, Lithuania. During the German invasion on June 22, 1941, Reuven and his father were separated from his mother and siblings while attempting to flee east. His mother and siblings were taken to the Paryuena forest, shot, and buried in a mass grave. Reuven and his father escaped to Kusnotchik, where his father joined the Lithuanian army and Reuven lived in a children's home. His father remarried in 1944, and after the war ended, Reuven's new stepmother found Reuven in a children's home in Vilnius. Reuven and his father were reunited in late 1945.

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    Reuven Taibel donated this collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Sept. 28, 2006, with the assistance of his cousin, Basil Taibel, and Morris Rosen, a volunteer at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
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