Oral testimony of Golda Finkler
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.
32 sound cassettes : analog.
55 digital files : WAV.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Kaja Finkler
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