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Oral history interview with Galina

Oral History | Digitized | Accession Number: 2009.103.13 | RG Number: RG-50.632.0013

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    Oral history interview with Galina


    Interview Summary
    Galina, born in 1948, describes living in the area of Tulchin, Ukraine where many of the Jews lived before the war; identifying as Ukrainian; how many of her neighbors were Jewish; her memories of Jews working as tailors, shoemakers, and hat makers; the very few Jews who are left in Tulchin because they died or left after the war; the numerous Jews who perished at Pechora camp; Kapsonivka neighborhood, which is where the Jewish cemetery is located; her comparison of Tulchin to little Odessa; how sweets were given out after a Jewish wedding, including cream pastries and cherry strudel; working at a shoe factory as a cutter; her work trading goods at the market; and how now even educated young people are forced to trade goods at the market.
    interview:  2006 July 11

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    The European University at St. Petersburg contributed the St. Petersburg Judaica Project to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives via the United States Holocaust Museum International Archives Project in June 2009.
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