Anna Survived The - friend's place in the Russian district Next day I returned to the ghetto and saw things that no words can describe — all

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Anna Survived The Minsk Ghetto “bread winner of the family” “It was always dark there just like at night. We did not have water, bread or wood.” “I did not look Jewish and could sneak to the Russian district” “I escaped from the ghetto by crawling under the wire that surrounded it.” “My brothers and father were killed during one of the Nazi raids in 1941.”
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One day in 1942 “I left the ghetto to get more food for my hungry family members. Later in the day I discovered that I could not get back as the entire district was “sealed off” by mobile gas cameras. I just heard perpetual shooting. I spent a night at my
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Unformatted text preview: friend's place in the Russian district. Next day I returned to the ghetto and saw things that no words can describe — all streets were full of dead bodies… I also saw my dead sister Berta with her dead baby. The baby had been born in the ghetto and I was the one who had brought some milk for the newborn from the Russian district. And now the baby was lying on her breast… all in blood…” Minsk Ghetto Rescue from 'Interviews From The Underground' by Phillip Alloy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Ln38UoG-9FI 1:23---3-20...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2010 for the course EDUC 22331 taught by Professor Feev during the Spring '10 term at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Anna Survived The - friend's place in the Russian district Next day I returned to the ghetto and saw things that no words can describe — all

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