Oral testimony of Fanny Fogel Hollander
Fanny Fogel Hollander, born on June 6, 1933 in Antwerp, Belgium, describes her Romanian parents; the German invasion of Belgium; fleeing Antwerp for France; arriving in Paris and being interned at the Brens and Rivesaltes camps; her escape from Rivesaltes; life in Paris with her mother; living in Lille with a non-Jewish family for much of the war; her memories of D-Day in Lille, which was also her 11th birthday; and her reunion with her father when he was liberated from Auschwitz.
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- Fanny Hollander
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Ron Hollander
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