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Oral testimony of Golda Finkler

Oral History | Digitized | Accession Number: 2018.266.1 | RG Number: RG-50.110.0001

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    Oral testimony of Golda Finkler


    Interview Summary
    Golda Finkler, born in Lublin, Poland, discusses her experiences from the first day of the war and early days in the Warsaw ghetto; going to Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland; her time in slave labor camps, including Skarszysk; a death march through Germany; her liberation and return to Poland; and her life in the United States following the war.
    Recorded:  1971-1991
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Kaja Finkler

    Physical Details

    Yiddish Polish
    32 sound cassettes : analog.
    55 digital files : WAV.

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    Conditions on Access
    Restrictions on access. Recordings are not available on the internet. They are accessible onsite at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and available upon request to researchers and educators.
    Conditions on Use
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    Administrative Notes

    Dr. Kaja Finkler donated her mother Golda Finkler's audio recordings to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in May 2018. Golda Finkler recorded her family history and life story as the basis for the book "Lives Lived and Lost: East European History Before, During, and After World War II as Experienced by an Anthropologist and Her Mother" which she coauthored with her daughter Kaja Finkler.
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