Oral history testimony of Ita Dimant
Ita Dimant reads a translation of her Holocaust memoir in which she describes her three years in hiding as a non-Jew named Genowefa Zawadska in Częstochowa, Poland; her arrest in 1943; being sent by the Gestapo, which decided she was not Jewish, to Germany for forced labor; her liberation near Gerlingen, working at Kibbutz Buchenwald, and immigrating to Israel.
A published version of the memoir, in Polish, is located in the USHMM Library as DS135.P63 D57 2001, while an abbreviated copy, in English, is located under DS135.P63 D56 1993.
Some video files begin with 10-60 seconds of color bars.
- Ita Dimant
2 sound cassettes (90 min.).
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Jacob Dimant
Record last modified: 2020-03-26 09:44:28
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Also in Oral histories of the Dimant family collection
Audio and video testimonies of Ita Dimant and an audio recording of the 20th anniversary of the liberation of Buchenwald, including Simcha Dimant and others.
Memories of Buchenwald 20 years after liberation, including the testimonies of Simcha Dimant, Eli Greenbaum, Efraim Brener, and others.