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Bella Jakubowicz Tovey. Describes a British soldier's visit while she was hospitalized in Bergen-Belsen after liberation
Chaim Engel. Describes arrival in Sobibor
Fritzie Weiss Fritzshall. Describes the death march from Auschwitz
Gerda Weissmann Klein. Describes her birthday celebration in the Bielsko ghetto
Johanna Gerechter Neumann. Describes how her family obtained visas to emigrate to Albania
Norbert Wollheim. Describes liberation at Schwerin, in northeast Germany, in May 1945
Rachel Mutterperl Goldfarb. Describes partisan attacks on Germans
Steven Springfield. Describes 1945 death march from Stutthof camp system (Burggraben camp)
Vladka (Fagele) Peltel Meed. Describes reactions after the Warsaw ghetto uprising
Ruth Meyerowitz. Describes surviving a selection for the gas chamber
Ruth Moser Borsos. Describes the process of selection for deportations from Westerbork to Auschwitz
Leo Bretholz. Describes resistance training and activities in a French underground group he joined in 1943
Benjamin (Beryl) Ferencz. Describes collecting evidence against alleged war criminals
Edward Adler. Describes roundup and deportation to the town of Oranienburg, near the Sachsenhausen camp
Edward Lessing. Describes wearing the compulsory Jewish badge.
Ruth Meyerowitz. Describes sabotage effort in Malchow munitions factory
Peter Black. Describes need for improvement in world responses to atrocities
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