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Creation Date

5-5-1981

Collection

MS-215: Emmanuel Ringelblum Collection

Description

In June of 1981 Carole Erich interviewed Hans Erman about his life before, during, and after World War II. Erman begins the interview by describing his family history and childhood in Wittlich Germany, his parents' employment and training, and his family class status. Erman also discussed his training to become a teacher, his parents going to a concentration camp, and his travel to Palestine. He also spoke at length about the culture and history of Palestine at the time he immigrated and what it was like to live there. Erman ends the discussion by talking about the impact of his life during the Holocaust on his children and his feelings on Israel.

Interviewee

Hans Erman

Interviewer

Carole Erich

Publisher Repository

Digital Services Department; Wright State University

Digital Publisher

Digital Services Department; Wright State University

Document Type

Oral History

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