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Fonds/collection: HEILMAN, Anna
General accesss conditions for collection
Consultation: open

Reproduction:

with written permission of copyright owner : no donor restriction
Restrictions on individual titles within this Collection may differ from the General Access Conditions
 
Accession number: 2006-0013
Item number (ISN): 370729
Media: Video
Title: Heilman, Anna - Interview
Part: 4 of 4
Production date: 1994-08-10

Production company:

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Country of production:

us
Description: ORAL HISTORY
English

An unedited oral history interview with Anna (Hanka) Heilman (née Wajcblum), recorded for posterity by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (U.S.H.M.M.). Heilman discusses her life before and during WWII as a Polish Jew living in Warsaw, her experiences as a prisoner of Auschwitz, working in a munitions factory with her sister, and the plot to destroy Birkenau’s Crematorium #4 in October 1944. <3h 7mn>
Copyright status: Under copyright.

Copyright owner:

Copyright owner: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1994.

Notes:

1. Interface Video Systems Inc., as listed on tape labels, was likely the video duplication lab used to make this VHS copy.

Consultation copy:

V1 2008-10-0025
V1 2008-10-0051

Physical description
Source: DSINTRNL - 370729

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