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- Zaklikov Society / New Montifiore Cemetery 2
- Zaklikov Society/New Montifiore Cemetery 2
- Boise Public Library 1
- CAMP 1
- Campbell Hall 2018 1 10 more
I interviewed Peter who survived the holocaust and still remember what happened.
Reflections on being an immigrant, approaching age 88, WWII, parenting
In this interview, conducted in March 2019 in Lafayette, CO, Tom Lounsbury interviews his friend Renee Frances Krahn about her late father Jacob Frances’ persecution by the Nazis in Thessaloniki, Greece and of his escape to work in the Greek...
My grandma Trude was eleven years old when she and her parents escaped from Austria in the early 1940’s, on one of the last boats to the U.S. Her entire extended family perished in the concentration camps except a couple...
I learned how my family came to the U.S. frome Europe. I also learned about my great ancestors
For my Living History Project, I interviewed my grandma about her family’s experiences during the Holocaust: from growing up in a Siberian labor camp to immigrating to the United States.
Edgar was a Holocaust survivor in communist Romania. He talked to me about a close call he had as an Underground agent.
My Grandpa was born in 1930. We talked about everything from the start of WWII to him going on road trips with my Grandma and all of their kids. We even talked about who he voted for in the 1948...
“My grandmother didn’t want to leave, and my mother, very bravely at age 24 went back to Prague and got her mother and her younger sister Mimi out of Prague with great difficulty… on the last train before Hitler marched...
Talking about how being two different races affects a person when one culture is not taught as much as the other
Being in love can be difficult, hower if two people love each other so much they make it seem almost as if it’s easy. Just ask Anabelle and Richard Sher. Throughout their journey of being in love, Annabelle and Richard...
My grandmothers experiences as a child in the holocaust as well as what her life was like when she got to America
In this interview we talked about my moms family, past, future, goals, and life.
86 and 90 year old siblings, Max and Sonja reflect on their families’ choices and character as they recall their immigration from Germany to the United States in 1937.
Miriam, a Polish Jewish woman, survived Auschwitz and the Holocaust . She talked about her experiences in an interview with her granddaughter, Haley.
In this interview, I speak with my oma about how it was growing up in Germany and how the Holocaust affected her.
Ninety-one year old Henry Raymont talks about his life and love with help from my mother, Wendy Marcus Raymont, who has Alzheimer’s disease. They live together in Mexico.