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Oral history interview with Glina Prokof'evna Solov'eva

Oral History | Digitized | Accession Number: 2009.103.19 | RG Number: RG-50.632.0019

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    Oral history interview with Glina Prokof'evna Solov'eva


    Interview Summary
    Galina Prokof’evna Solov’eva, born in 1937 in Tulchin, Ukraine, describes her Russian father and Ukrainian mother, who both understood Yiddish; the good relations between the Russians, Ukrainians, Poles, and Jews in Tulchin before the war; how many Jews were teachers; many Jews leaving for Israel; Jewish traditions, including the baking of matzo for Passover; being offered some of the matzo; Jews burying their dead quickly and wrapped in a blanket; and some Ukrainians helping the Jews during the war by hiding them in cellars and feeding them.
    Glina P. Solov'eva
    interview:  2005 July 16

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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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