Description: Interviews with Max Glauben, a Holocaust survivor from Warsaw. Glauben discusses his family origins, growing up with Sephardic Hebrew, education, the invasion of Poland, losing the family business, the move to the ghetto and life there, people's different reactions to oppression, ventures outside the ghetto, escalating extermination by the Germans, Warsaw Uprising, transfer to KL Lublin, the organization of the camp, transfers to and labor at Wieliczka, Mielec, Budzyn and Flossenburg, illness, sabotage, daily routine in the camps, the approach of the front, being on a train strafed by Allied planes and wounded, escape, rescue by American forces, moving to the United States, and his thoughts on faith.
Creator: Rosen, Keith & Glauben, Max
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Partner: UNT Oral History Program