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USC Shoah Foundation Institute testimony of Samuel Friedman

Oral History | Digitized | VHA Interview Code: 24462

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    Overview

    Interviewee
    Samuel Friedman
    Experience Group
    Jewish Survivor
    Gender
    M
    Interview Length
    3:08:25
    Interview Date
    12/9/1996
    Interview Location
    VIC / Australia
    Birth Year
    1920
    Birth City
    Kalisz (Kalisz/ Lódz/ Poland)
    Birth Country
    Poland
    Hiding or False Identity Location
    Warsaw (Poland)
    Krzemieniec (Wolyn/ Poland)
    Friedland (Mecklenburg-Strelitz/ Germany)
    Liberated By
    armed forces/ Soviet
    Location of Liberation
    Friedland (Mecklenburg-Strelitz/ Germany)
    Other Experiences
    displaced persons camps
    concealment of Jewish identity
    Prewar Religious Identity
    liberal Judaism
    Postwar Religious Identity
    non-observant/non-practicing
    Description
    Forms part of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute Visual History Archive.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English

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