Tunia Kogan memoir
Consists of one memoir, handwritten in English, by Tunia Kogan, originally of Ozorkow, Poland. In the memoir, she describes her life and family in Ozorkow, the selection in the town square, life in the ghetto, and her deportation to Auschwitz in September 1944. In December 1944, she was sent to Dresden. After the bombings in Dresden, she was sent on a forced march for two months, until she was able to escape with her sister near Karlsbad and Marienbad. She lived in a displaced persons camp for five years before emigrating to the United States.
1997 May 09
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