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MS-215: Emmanuel Ringelblum Collection


On May 7, 1979 Rose M. Lawson interviewed Eugene Krauss about his life before, during, and after World War II. In his interview Krauss begins by detailing his family history and childhood in Hungary and moving to Budapest to become a teacher. Throughout the interview he discusses becoming a forced laborer, the brutality he witnessed, and the awful conditions that he endured. Towards the end of his interview Krauss explains his arrival in the United States and his eventual arrival and life in Dayton.


Eugene Krauss


Rose Mary Lawson

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Digital Services Department; Wright State University

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Digital Services Department; Wright State University

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Oral History


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