|Catalog No.||21||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||Samuel Levent: his testimony given in postwar Bucharest||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||09455R"M||Similar Items|
|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
|Author||Levant Samuel||Similar Items|
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Samuel Levent: Warsaw native, his testimony in German, given in Bucharest on May 15, 1945:
He was a soldier in the Polish army; at the beginning of the war he fell in Russian captivity, was released and settled in the city of Lomza; the city's occupation by the Germans, setting up the ghetto and a Judenrat; the first Aktion roundup on Nov. 14, 1941; the banishment of the Jews from the town and vicinity to the Zambrow camp in October 1942; living conditions in the camp; forced labor; their deporataion to the Auschwitz camp; selektions, the extermination process, the kapos' behavior, medical experimentation, executions Jews with American citizenship; transfer to the Buna - Monowitz camp in March 1944, where living conditions were relatively better; meeting with POWs, and the evacuation from the camp on Jan. 18, 1945.