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In the struggle : memoirs from Grodno and the forests

Author: Leib Reizer
Publisher: New York : Yad Vashem : Holocaust Survivors' Memoirs Project, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Memoirs of Reizer (1910-1986), written in 1945-48, mainly during his stay in a DP camp after the war. In June 1941, Reizer fled from his native Grodno to the East. He spent three months in the ghetto of Minsk and in October 1941, moving through Vilna and Eišiškes in Lithuania, he managed to return to his wife and little daughter in Grodno. Describes the establishment of the two ghettos in Grodno and the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Personal narratives
Biographies
Named Person: Leib Reizer
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leib Reizer
ISBN: 9780981468624 9780981468617 0981468616 0981468624
OCLC Number: 311036718
Description: 192 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The beginning --
They are retreating --
On the road to Minsk --
Russian soldiers --
The Minsk ghetto --
Finding a way back to Grodno --
Shtetlach on the way --
Jewish life under the Nazis in Grodno --
News and rumors --
Moving into the ghetto --
Jewish youth in the ghetto --
Aktionen in the ghetto --
Hiding in the ghetto --
Mourning the dead --
New Year's Eve 1943 --
Fleeing --
Conclusion of the scroll of Nacza --
Life in the forest --
Freedom.
Responsibility: Leib Reizer.

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Memoirs of Reizer (1910-1986), written in 1945-48, mainly during his stay in a DP camp after the war. In June 1941, Reizer fled from his native Grodno to the East. He spent three months in the ghetto of Minsk and in October 1941, moving through Vilna and Eišiškes in Lithuania, he managed to return to his wife and little daughter in Grodno. Describes the establishment of the two ghettos in Grodno and the deportations from ghetto no. 2 in October 1942. In winter 1943 Reizer and his family successfully fled from the ghetto, with other Jews, and joined a Soviet partisan group. After the war they settled in New Zealand, and later immigrated to Israel.

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