Keith Rosen

OH 0762

His experiences at Schofield Barracks with the 25th Division, 19th Infantry, during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

OH 0855

Holocaust survivor. Her experiences during the Holocaust. Childhood in Berlin, Germany; education; discrimination during the early Hitler years, 1933-38; early attempts to emigrate; Kristallnacht, 1938; emigration to China, 1939; life in the Shanghai Ghetto under the Japanese; liberation, 1945; meeting her future husband in Shanghai; emigration to the United States, 1946; lasting effects of Holocaust experience.

OH 0859

College professor, Holocaust survivor. Her experiences as a non-Jewish survivor of the Holocaust. Family background; German conquest of Poland, 1939; life under German occupation; Warsaw Uprising, 1944; deportation to Auschwitz-Birkenau; life in the concentration camp; escape from Auschwitz-Birkenau; postwar life in Poland under Russian occupation and communist government; emigration to United States; lasting effects of Holocaust experience.

OH 0831

Businessman, Holocaust survivor. His experiences during the Holocaust. Youth in Konin, Poland; pre-Nazi anti-Semitism; internment in Jewish Ghetto in Ostrowiec, Poland, 1939-42; Polish Partisans; gun-running activities; sabotage activities; Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp, 1944; black market activities; liberation.

OH 0854

Holocaust survivor. Her experiences during the Holocaust. Childhood in Memel, Lithuania; education; Nazi occupation of Memel, 1939; moving to Kovno, Lithuania, 1939; Russian occupation, 1940; German occupation and life in the Kovno Ghetto, 1941-43; transfer to Stutthof concentration camp, 1943; death of her mother and sister, 1945; liberation by Russian troops; emigration to the United States, 1947; reunion with her brother in Israel; lasting effects of the Holocaust.

OH 0858

Businessman, Holocaust survivor. His experiences during the Holocaust. Youth in Warsaw, Poland; pre-World War II anti-Semitism; establishment of the Warsaw Ghetto; Warsaw Ghetto Uprising; concentration camp transports; Majdanek, 1943; Budzyn, 1943; Mielec, 1944; Wieliczka, 1944; Flossenburg, 1944-45; injury during Allied strafing attack; death marches; liberation by American troops; emigration to the U.S., 1947.