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- Comunism 1
- Google 1
- Liceul Nicolae Titulescu 1
- Liceul Nicolae Titulescu (Establishment in which my Grandmother educated.) 1
- University of Iowa 1 1 more
- English 2
In this interview, conducted in December 3, 2017, Raluca Narita interviews her father (age 46) about his childhood, immigration to America and life experience in general. Mr. Narita speaks about life in a communist country and his career both in...
For the U.S. Bicentennial, every U.S. state selected 10 women to be included among a list of 500 honored in “Mothers of Achievement,” a collection of biographies about women from 1776 to 1976. The book’s publication was spearheaded by the...
Edgar was a Holocaust survivor in communist Romania. He talked to me about a close call he had as an Underground agent.
During this interview me and my Grandmother talked about her childhood, as well as her professionss, and what she would like future generations to think of her and advice they should know from her.
During this interview with my mother, Marilena Tolea, we discussed several different topics. First, she described her childhood in Romania, school, and the impacts of communism. Then, she elaborated on her family, particularly the influences her siblings and her mother...
I just asked my mom questions I was wondering/curious about. I wanted to know more about her past and growing up.
Jean-Paul Genet (69) and his OSS conversation partner Naomi Benaron (67) share strong memories of their families’ political and cultural backgrounds.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Manhattan Beach, California, Andreea Soricut (14) interviews her dad, Radu Soricut (44), about his childhood in Romania and how he came to the United States. Mr. Soricut shares early childhood memories, and...
I spoke with my mom about my childhood and hers. We also spoke about my future as a mom later in my life.
I interviewed my father about his early life before he met my mother. He told me of how he left communist Romania and ended up meeting my mother in the end.