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|Catalog No.||537||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||Bluma and Uziel Lichtenberg, Slovakia: their testimonies and memoirs||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||09935R"M||Similar Items|
|File name||Lichtenberg Bluma & Uziel - Testimony, slovakia||Similar Items|
|Interviewer||Oros George||Similar Items|
|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
|From Date||01/01/1941||Similar Items|
|To Date||31/12/1945||Similar Items|
|Author||Lichtenberg Bluma||Similar Items|
|Author||Lichtenberg Uziel||Similar Items|
|Date of event||27/11/1977||Similar Items|
|Date of event||23/05/1994||Similar Items|
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Memoirs and testimonies of Bluma and Uziel Lichtenberg, members of the youth movement Ha – No'ar ha – Tsiyyoni, refugees from Poland in Slovakia and Hungary: about the Zionist pioneering underground [in Hungary]. The memoirs were written on May 23, 1994; the testimony taken by Gyuri – George Orosz, Nov. 27, 1977.
92 pages, handwritten and typewritten, in Hebrew
Bluma Lichtenberg, nee Frid, was born in 1916. She was a member of the Zionist youth movement Ha – No'ar ha – Tsiyyoni in Lodz. In 1936 she took part in a Zionist pioneering training program (hachshara). In November 1939 she joined a kibbutz (communal group) in Warsaw. In May – November 1940 she was active in setting up the inter-movement farm at Grochow. In July 1941 she went to Slovakia on behalf of the movement, and in March 1942 went to Hungary. She was arrested by the military undercover police and interrogated under torture at a military prison in Buda. In February 1943 she emigrated to Mandate Palestine.
Uziel Lichtenberg, born in 1916, was a member of the Zionist youth movement Ha – No'ar ha – Tsiyyoni in Lodz. In the year 1936/37 he was the leader of the local chapter. In 1938/39 he served in the Polish army and saw combat in September 1939. He fell captive to the Germans and sent to a POW camp near Lublin. In March 1940 he escaped to Warsaw, joined a kibbutz of his youth movement and was chosen for its principal leadership. He was at the farm at Grochow. In March 1941 he was sent to Slovakia and was active in the Zionist movement Maccabi. In March 1942 he went to Hungary, where he was imprisoned from May 1942 to October 1943. He was released and was active on the inter-movement Zionist pioneering committee and was added as a member to the Relief and Rescue Committee headed by Kasztner, and was also added as a member to the Polish Committee. In March 1944 he emigrated to Mandate Palestine. Close