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"Sara's Story"

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    Consists of typed testimony of the Holocaust experiences of Sara Weingram, as written by Sondra Greenberg. The testimony describes Sara's childhood in Pułtusk, Poland, the German invasion, and her family's forced evacuation east to Russia. The family was briefly split, but reunited near Orsha, in Belarus. After the German invasion in June 1941, Sara was separated from her family during a German bombing raid and found an orphanage. She eventually found her family in Magnitogorsk, where the family suffered from illness and hunger. After the war, Sara married her boyfriend, lived in the Milan and San Antonio displaced persons camps, and emigrated to the United States.
    publication/distribution:  2013
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Sondra Greenberg

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    Sondra Greenberg donated this testimony to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2013.
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