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Oral history interview with Anna Mikheevna Pristaichuk and Stepan Grigor'evich Vovchok

Oral History | Accession Number: 2009.103.10 | RG Number: RG-50.632.0010

Stepan Grigor’evich Vovchok (born in 1918) describes moving to Tulchin, Ukraine after the war; the numerous Jews in Tulchin after the war and how they gradually died or left; the Jews’ prayer house in Tulchin that no longer exists; and his belief that the Jews were killed by the Germans because they did not recognize Christ.
Anna Mikheevna Pristaichuk (born in 1920) describes her thoughts on Jews; the killing of Jews in Pechora camp during the war; the police in Tulchin also torturing and killing Jews; those who helped Jews; her knowledge of one person in Tulchin who hid a Jew throughout the whole war and how this Jew refused to help the person who saved him during the war; and more of her thoughts on Jews as well as the death of Christ.

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Vovchok, Stepan Grigor'evich
Pristaichuk, Anna Mikheevna
Kushkova, A.
Nikolayeva, S. V.
interview:  2005 July 19-2005 July 20
creation: Tul'chyn (Ukraine)
1 digital file : WMA.
Record last modified: 2022-07-28 19:53:47
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