Personal narratives, Jewish
|提及的人：||Randolph S Churchill; Andreja P|
Andreja P; Jaša Almuli
|语言注释：||This testimony cannot be used for commercial purposes.|
|描述：||1 videorecording (1 hr., 14 min.) : col.|
|责任：||interviewed by Jaša Almuli,|
Videotape testimony of Andreja P., who was born in Pécs, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in 1912. He recounts his family's move to Zagreb; mobilization when Germany attacked in April 1941; traveling to Sinj and Split; troops deserting when Croatian independence was declared; Split's occupation by Italy; working as a musician; obtaining false papers to bring his parents and sister there; a non-Jewish friend bringing his sister; his parents' arrest by Ustaša en route; using influence to obtain their release; their return to Zagreb; his father's and uncle's deportation to Jasenovac (they were killed); having his mother and aunt moved to Split; establishing a school for Jewish children; assisting partisan units; forming a partisan artistic committee; sailing with his family for Italy after its capitulation; partisan confiscation of their boat in Sutivan; sending his family on; joining the partisans in Split; transfers to Sutivan, then Sumartin; performing in a partisan group; retreating to Baška Voda, Livno, and Jajce; performing for the AVNOJ convention; retreating to Drvar; a major German offensive; retreating to Tičevo; encountering British troops, including Randolph Churchill; transfer to Vis, then Belgrade; working for the Belgrade Opera until 1951; teaching at the music academy; completing his formal education at age forty-eight; retirement in 1980; and Jewish communal activities.
- Churchill, Randolph S. -- (Randolph Spencer), -- 1911-1968.
- P., Andreja, -- 1912-
- Antifašističko veće narodnog oslobođenja Jugoslavije.
- Ustaša, hrvatska revolucionarna organizacija.
- Holocaust survivors.
- Video tapes.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Underground movements -- Yugoslavia.
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish.
- Mothers and sons.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Yugoslav.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Jewish.
- Brothers and sisters.
- Pécs (Hungary)
- Zagreb (Croatia)
- Sinj (Croatia)
- Split (Croatia)
- Sutivan (Croatia)
- Sumartin (Croatia)
- Baška Voda (Croatia)
- Tičevo (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
- Livno (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
- Drvar, Battle of, Drvar, Bosnia and Hercegovina, 1944.
- Jajce (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
- Vis Island (Croatia)
- Belgrade (Serbia)
- False papers.
- Aid by non-Jews.
- Italian occupation.
- Postwar experiences.