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|Catalog No.||2423||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||Aizik Rottenberg from Wlodawa: his testimony on the ghetto, the Sobibor camp, and joining the partisans of Yechiel Grynszpan||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||10720R"M||Similar Items|
|Donor||Novitch Miriam||Similar Items|
|File name||Rottenberg Aizik, Wlodawa - Testimony||Similar Items|
|Collection||Novitch Miriam||Similar Items|
|From Date||01/01/1939||Similar Items|
|To Date||31/12/1943||Similar Items|
|Author||Rottenberg Aizik||Similar Items|
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Aizik Rottenberg, b. 1925, Wlodawa Poland: his testimony.
The testimony begins in the Jewish community of prewar Wlodawa, about the Jewish community, its institutions and organizatons. Upon the German conquest: setting up the ghetto, manhunts, roundups (aktions); her father's murder in the ghetto. A.R. was deported to the Sobibor camp in May 1943 and put to work as a construction laborer. On Oct. 14, 1943, the day of the uprising, he succeeded in escaping. After wandering in the forest, he joined up with a Jewish partisan unit under the command of Yechiel Grynszpan that operated in the Parcew forests.
After the war he emigrated to Mandate Palestine. Close