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Oral history interview with Glina Prokof'evna Solov'eva

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

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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.

Interviewee
Glina P. Solov'eva
Date
2005 July 16  (interview)
Extent
2 digital files : MP3.
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Record last modified: 2018-04-09 11:37:51
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