Holocaust Survivors in Kentucky Oral History Collection, 1996-2000.


Holocaust Survivors in Kentucky Oral History Collection, 1996-2000.


The Holocaust Survivors in Kentucky Oral History Project consists of fourteen comprehensive interviews with survivors of the Holocaust living in Kentucky. The project emphasizes their journeys to Kentucky and lives since World War II. The project was supported by the Kentucky Oral History Commission and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

64 sound cassettes (64 hr.) : analog, stereo.

eng, Latn

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