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Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Александр Исаакович Гельман, российский драматург, писатель, сценарист, публицист, общественный и политический деятель, родился в 1933 г. в Дондюшанах, Бессарабии (тогда Румыния, теперь Молдова). Когда летом 1941 года началась война, Дондюшаны, к тому времени входившие в состав присоединенной к Советскому Союзу Бессарабии, были оккупированы румынскими войсками, союзниками фашистской Германии. Евреев города собрали в колонну и депортировали, под конвоем румынских солдат, на восток, через Днестр. По дороге умерли новорожденный брат Александра Володя и бабушка Цюпа.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Otari Amaglobeli, a military surgeon with the First Ukrainian Front discusses the population of Auschwitz and the medical assistance his unit provided to prisoners upon liberation on Jan. 27, 1945.
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Aron Rabinovich describes how he helped guard the "Polizei," who had collaborated with the Nazis, after he was liberated and gave testimony about the crimes they had perpetrated against him and his family.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Александр Исаакович Гельман описывает условия жизни в гетто, организованным оккупационными властями в Бершади, Винницкой области, во время войны.
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
English Translation of testimony clip: “The February Revolution, - that’s how I perceived it being a girl, - was a celebration. It was a fraternization! It was a jubilation! The bonds of an old order were broken: [before] you were not allowed to do this and that. If you were a nobleman, you were allowed to do everything, but if you were a burgess, you were deprived of everything. There were a lot of ties and bonds. But [the Revolution], it was such a liberation and joy! [People] were fraternizing!”