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FilmInterview with Alexander Petsjerski (Russian), 1984 (Rostov)
Officer of the Red Army in charge of the uprising in Sobibor:
"it's not just a memory, I am still living it."
Date:
1984 (Rostov)
Interviewee:
Alexander Petsjerski
Length:
85 minutes
Biography:
Alexander "Sasja" Petsjerski (Krementsjoeg, 22 February 1909) was a lieutenant in the Red Army, and was taken prisoner in the fall of 1941. When it was discovered during a medical examination that he was Jewish, he was transferred to Sobibor on 22 September, 1943. Over a period of three weeks, he worked up a detailed plan to escape with all of the inmates of the camp. On his imprisonment and his role in the uprising he commented: "it's not just a memory, I am still living it."
Repository:
NIOD archive 804; inventory number 30
 
 
 
 
 
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FilmInterview with Arkady Wajspapir (Russian), 1984 (Rostov)
Sovjet prisoner of war who killed two guards during the uprising:
"the only way to leave would be to flee".
Date:
1984 (Rostov)
Length:
31 minutes
Interviewee:
Arkady Wajspapir
Biography:
Arkady Wajspapir (1921) served as a sergeant in the Red Army, and was wounded in September 1941. As a Jewish prisoner of war, he was forced to join the other Soviet soldiers in the building of barracks in encampment IV. He realized very quickly that "the only way to leave would be to flee".
Repository:
NIOD archive 804; inventory number 35
 
 
 
 
 
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FilmInterview with Bernard Weber (German), 1983
Survivor of the revolt at the crematory in Auschwitz-Birkenau on October 7th 1944:
"the fire burned day and night, four, five meters upward from the chimney".
Date:
1983
Interviewee:
Bernard Weber
Length:
58 minutes
Biography:
Bernard Weber (Lemberg, 25 March 1922) survived Auschwitz-Birkenau and there witnessed the uprising at crematorium B. He worked for several months in the "Sonderkommando", tasked with burning corpses: "the fire burned day and night, four, five meters upward from the chimney".
Repository:
NIOD archive 804; inventory number 40
 
 
 
 
 
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FilmInterview with Chaskiel Menche (Yiddish), 1983 (Tricht)
Polish Jew who was imprisoned in Sobibor for seventeen months:
"my heart is lighter because I stood in his blood."
Date:
1983 (Tricht)
Interviewee:
Chaskiel Menche
Length:
118 minutes
Biography:
Chaskiel Menche (Kolo, 7 January 1910) was sent to Sobibor in the summer of 1942, and for a short while was put to work in the sorting barracks. Thereafter he was reassigned as a shoe-shiner and hat maker. He and other prisoners contrived a plan to murder Himmler when he visited the camp. His longing for revenge was satisfied when he stabbed a guard during the uprising: "my heart is lighter because I stood in his blood."
Repository:
NIOD archive 804; Inventory number 29
 
 
 
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