OH 1157 | Oral History

OH 1157

BEKKER, Pola (b. 1918)

Profession: Homemaker
Notable: Holocaust survivor
Homemaker, Holocaust survivor. Her experiences during the Holocaust. Youth in Warsaw, Poland; pre-Nazi anti-Semitism; German invasion of Poland and family's decision to flee to the Soviet Union, 1941; life in Orsk; return to Poland after World War II; emigration to Israel and then to the United States [Note: Portions of Mrs Bekker's responses are translated from Polish by her married daughter, Eva Kirchner.]

About this Oral History

Physical Description 33 pp.
Terms of Use Open
Interviewer(s) Jennifer Anson
Date of Interview October 12, 1996

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