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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

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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.

Interviewee
Stepan G. Vovchok
Anna M. Pristaichuk
Interviewer
A. Kushkova
S. V. Nikolayeva
Date
2005 July 19-2005 July 20  (interview)
Geography
creation : Tul'chyn (Ukraine)
Extent
1 digital file : WMA.
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Record last modified: 2018-01-22 10:42:12
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