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Oral history interview with Tatjana Stojanova

Oral History | Accession Number: 2005.595.7 | RG Number: RG-50.575.0007

Tatjana Stojanova, born in 1922 in Odessa, Ukraine, describes leaving Odessa as a result of bombings; returning to Odessa after the arrival of German and Romanian forces; the sight of gallows in a park; objects dropped in the street by Jews who had been led to the prison; rumors of Jews being arrested; the entrance of Romanian cavalrymen in Odessa; the disappearance of all of her Jewish neighbors; the grandmother of a Jewish friend who hid in an empty house and then later disappeared; the special treatment of Jewish doctors who were allowed to remain in their homes to exclusively treat Romanian officers and functionaries; the occupation of Odessa; engineers from Holland who raised vessels sunk by the Soviet Army before leaving the city; and her move to Holland in 1944.

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Tatjana Stojanova
interview:  2005 July 27
1 videocassette (MiniDV).
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, courtesy of the Jeff and Toby Herr Foundation
Record last modified: 2020-05-04 15:47:11
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