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|Brief Description||Rachel Tennenbaum: her testimony given in postwar Bucharest||Similar Items|
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|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
|Author||Tenenbaum Rachel||Similar Items|
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Rachel Tennenbaum - Kac: her testimony in German:
The occupation of Kamenka Bugskaya by the Germans in June 1941; a pogrom perpetrated on the town's Jews by Ukrainians and Germans; establishing a Judenrat; confiscation of furs; Aktion roundups and deportation to the Belzec camp; liquidation of the ghetto on October 28, 1942; her jumping from the train en route to Belzec and hiding under severe conditions until the liberation; only 12 Jews of her town were saved (listed in the testimony).