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Zeev Raveh Werba memoir

Document | Accession Number: 2019.544.1

Manuscript, typed, in Yiddish of essays illustrating Zeev Raveh Werba's experiences during and after the Holocaust. Zeev, born in Maniewicze, Poland in 1923 [present-day Ukraine]. After the 1941 German invasion of Maniewicze, Zeev joined a partisan group in 1942 and moved to the Kukhov forest where he remained until 1944, when the partisans were then conscripted into the Russian army where he remained until 1946. He then moved to Italy and lived in the Adriatic displaced person’s camp, then immigrated to Israel in 1948. His parents and sister were killed in a mass execution in 1942 by the Germans.

Language
Yiddish
Extent
1 folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of Eric Werba
 
Record last modified: 2020-12-28 14:58:06
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