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Survivor Testimonies

Anne Frankel

Anne Frankel was born in 1920 in Esslingen, Germany as Anne Liebel. The family was Jewish but Anne’s parents decided to observe Christian holidays, and Anne was brought up Protestant. Her father made this decision […]

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Ann Jacobson

Ann Jacobson was born in Berlin, Germany.  She had two older siblings and one younger brother. Ann’s father was an executive for a German oil corporation until 1933, when the Nazi government began to exclude […]

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Anatole Kurdsjuk

Anatole was born in Mariupol, Russia, the youngest of four siblings, who all died before his birth. His father, Jacob, worked in a steel mill, and his mother, Olga worked on a farm. A devout […]

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Abe Price

Date of Birth: January 9, 1923 Abe was the youngest of 5 brothers who grew up in the town of Kielce, Poland. His parents owned a shoe factory and operated a family shoe store. “We […]

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