Oral history interviews with Anna Zisow and Emil Zisow
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- Emil Zisow
- Dr. David L. Zisow
1 digital file : WAV.
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of David L. Zisow
Emil Zisow, born in Miskolc, Hungary, describes his experiences during the Holocaust.
Anna Zisow, born in Miskolc, Hungary, describe being sent to live in a ghetto for two days; being deported by cattle car to Auschwitz concentration camp; the selections upon arriving at the camp; being 19 years old when she arrived in the camp; never seeing her father again; the death of her mother and two-year-old niece; showering at the camp; having all her hair cut; the barracks; interacting with the other women inmates and helping one another cover their heads; the death of one of her sisters; the Czechoslovakian inmates; illnesses in the camp; and feeling responsible for the survival of her two sisters. [Note that the recording stops prematurely.]
Record last modified: 2018-01-22 10:38:09
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