Oral history interview with Michael Markson
Michael Markson discusses his experiences as a child in Nazi occupied Lithuania; being smuggled out of a ghetto by his mother and living in hiding on a farm; his time in an orphanage in Lithuania; his mother's escape from a concentration camp and time with the Red Army; his father's capture and death by the hand of the Germans or Lithuanian collaborators; his reunion with his mother after several years; their immigration to the United States with assistance from HIAS; and his adjustment to life in the United States following the war.
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- Dr. Michael Markson
- Judy Stern Bartelstone
2017 November 15
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Maricopa County Community College District sponsored radio station Sun Sounds of Arizona,
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