Maria Rose memoir
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Julian Rose
Consists of one memoir, 115 typed pages, written by Maria Rose, originally of Warsaw, Poland, and edited by her son Julian (Julek). In the memoir, she describes her childhood, education, and family life in Warsaw, noting the fates of her extended family and school friends, as well those as in the Communist Association of Polish Youth, of which she was a member. She describes her pre-war arrests as a Communist, her marriage to Herc Dawidson, life in wartime Bialystok, Herc’s arrest, her 1943 return to Warsaw, deportation to Majdanek, and experiences in Auschwitz, Rajsko, and multiple camps in the spring of 1945. After the war, she returned to Poland and married Zamek Rozenberg, with whom she had two children. Also includes copies of photographs at the end of the memoir and a copy of the original handwritten memoir.
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