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Oral history interview with Gerald B. Rosenstein

Oral History | Digitized | Accession Number: 2007.22 | RG Number: RG-50.578.0001

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    Oral history interview with Gerald B. Rosenstein


    Interview Summary
    Gerald "Jerry" B. Rosenstein, born in 1927 in Bensheim, Germany, describes his life before the war; his family's decision to move to Amsterdam, the Netherlands after Hitler came to power; his deportation in the spring of 1943 to Westerbork; his parents being deported separately to Bergen-Belsen; being deported after a few months to Theresienstadt, where he reunited with his parents; being sent with his father to Auschwitz-Birkenau in the late summer of 1944, and from there to Gleiwitz; being evacuated on a death march and being liberated by the Russians; staying briefly in Odessa, Ukraine; taking a ship with his father to France; reuniting with his mother in Amsterdam in the summer of 1945; and immigrating in 1949 with his family to the United States.
    Rosenstein, Gerald B.
    interview:  2006

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    4 DVD.

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    Rosenstein, Gerald B.

    Administrative Notes

    Gerald Rosenstein, with the assistance of Robert Ehrenreich, donated this oral history to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in November 2006. The interview was conducted February 27, 2006
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