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Oral history interview with Galina

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

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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.

Date
2006 July 11  (interview)
Extent
1 digital file : WMA.
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Record last modified: 2018-04-09 11:37:28
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