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|Catalog No.||1023||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||Grigory Miastkovsky of Belaya Tserkov: his testimony about hiding||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||09319R"M||Similar Items|
|File name||Miastkovsky Grigory, Belaia Tserkov - Testimony, hiding||Similar Items|
|Interviewer||Markenson Zenaida||Similar Items|
|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
|From Date||01/01/1941||Similar Items|
|To Date||31/12/1944||Similar Items|
|Author||Miastkovsky Grigory||Similar Items|
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History of the Ghetto Fighters' House
Testimony of Grigory Miastkovsky, born in 1928 in Belaya Tserkov, Ukraine.
Upon the German occupation Grigory and his family were moved into the ghetto of Belaya Tserkov. He was sent to forced labor outside the ghetto, escaped and went into hiding with the help of acquaintances. He was informed on and caught, tortured by the Gestapo, but succeeded in getting away and went back into hiding. There he met his mother and an uncle. He remained with his family in the hiding place until the liberation on Jan. 4, 1944.
For further information on recording testimonies from survivors in Eastern Europe and in Israel on audiotape or videotape, see Holdings Registry file Nos. 29200 and 29222. Close