- Contains Tova Klein Sego's account of her experiences in Kassa, Hungary, (until 1938 known as Košice, Slovakia) during the Holocaust; her life in the ghetto; her escape to Slovakia where she was reunited with her sister, Margaret; the arrival of her parents and brother, Michael, a few weeks later; their life in hiding in various villages and in the mountains; their liberation by the Russians in February 1945; and their reunion with other members of their immediate family and return to Košice.
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- This collection was brought to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives by the author's daughter, Esther Brink, in Apr. 1997.
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