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USC Shoah Foundation Institute testimony of Il'ia Perel'man

Oral History | Digitized | VHA Interview Code: 34288

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    Overview

    Interviewee
    Il'ia Perel'man
    Experience Group
    Jewish Survivor
    Gender
    M
    Interview Length
    3:49:40
    Interview Date
    7/15/1997
    Interview Location
    / Russia
    Birth Year
    1922
    Birth City
    Minsk (Belorussia/ USSR)
    Birth Country
    Russia/Soviet Russia
    Camps
    K├╝strin (Germany : Concentration Camp)
    STALAG III A (Luckenwalde/ Germany : POW Camp)
    DULAG 181 (Zaporozh'e/ Ukraine/ USSR : POW Camp)
    Hiding or False Identity Location
    Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine/ USSR : Oblast)
    Type of Hiding Place
    houses
    Liberated By
    armed forces/ Soviet
    Location of Liberation
    Kcynia (Poland)
    Other Experiences
    prisons
    escapes from the camps
    escapes during deportations
    concealment of Jewish identity
    Prewar Religious Identity
    traditional Judaism
    Postwar Religious Identity
    traditional Judaism
    Aid Giver/ Liberator or War Crimes Trials Participant or Witness
    liberators
    Description
    Forms part of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute Visual History Archive.

    Physical Details

    Language
    Russian

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