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Schleifer, Alexander
Alexander Schleifer [sound recording]
[Dearborn, Mich. : University of Michigan--Dearborn], c1982
Location Call Number Status
 Web  D804.3 .S334 1982    AVAIL. VIA WEB
 Circ.Desk/4 Hr Reserve  D804.3 .S334 1982  v.1 pt.1    AVAILABLE
 Circ.Desk/4 Hr Reserve  D804.3 .S334 1982  v.1 pt.2    AVAILABLE
 Circ.Desk/4 Hr Reserve  D804.3 .S334 1982  v.2    AVAILABLE
 Audios/2nd Flr  D804.3 .S334 1982  v.1 pt.1 c.2  AVAILABLE
 Audios/2nd Flr  D804.3 .S334 1982  v.1 pt.2 c.2  AVAILABLE
 Audios/2nd Flr  D804.3 .S334 1982  v.2 c.2  AVAILABLE
Subject Schleifer, Alexander -- Interviews
Subject(s) Holocaust survivors -- United States -- Interviews
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Czechoslovakia -- Personal narratives
Concentration camp inmates -- Interviews
Jewish children in the Holocaust -- Czechoslovakia -- Interviews
Physical Description 2 sound discs (ca. 85 min.) : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 transcript (50 leaves : col. map ; 29 cm.)
Note - System Details Compact disc
Note Title from transcript
Recorded on August 1, 1982
Summary An interview with Alexander Schleifer, a Holocaust survivor, conducted by Arthur Kirsch. Alexander Schleifer was born in Kosice, Czechoslovakia and grew up in Sobrance, Hungary where his father owned a bus concession. However, in 1944, Schleifer and his family would be forced out of their town by the Germans and Hungarians to Uzhorod, where they stayed for a month until they were transported to Auschwitz-Birkenau. In Auschwitz, Schleifer and his father were separated from the rest of the family. After a month in Auschwitz, Schleifer and his father were transported to a labor camp in Longre, France, and then to Kochendorf, Germany. Schleifer was then moved to Dachau. In early April of 1945, Schleifer was liberated by the Allies near Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Alexander Schleifer moved to the United States in 1950
Series Holocaust survivor oral histories
Alternate Author Kirsch, Arthur, interviewer
University of Michigan--Dearborn

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