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"Guilty of Being a Jew"

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    Consists of one memoir, 56 pages, entitled "Guilty of Being a Jew," by Michael Zysman, originally of Radom, Poland. Mr. Zysman recounts the German invasion of Poland, his internment in the Glinice and Szwarlikowska ghettos, and his transfer to the Szkolna labor camp, which later became the Radom concentration camp. Mr. Zysman describes his experiences in the Radom, Vaihingen, Unteriexingen, and Dachau concentration camps. He was liberated from Mitterwald in April 1945. Includes copies of family photographs.

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    Michael Zysman, with the assistance of Museum volunteer Manya Friedman, donated his memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Jan. 3, 2007.
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