Consists of one memoir, 13 pages, entitled "Krulik's Story," by Israel (Krulik) Wilder. Wilder describes his childhood in Piotrkow, Poland, the German invasion in 1939, his family's escape to Radom, and life in the Radom ghetto. Israel Wilder got a job working forced labor at the Hortensia glass factory, where he worked until November 1944. He was deported to a series of camps, ending at Buchenwald concentration camp in December 1944, where he remained until the final weeks of the war, when he was sent to Theresienstadt, from which he was liberated. He was sent to England to recover, married and raised his family there.
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