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MS-215: Emmanuel Ringelblum Collection


On January 24th, 1984, Dr. Willis Stoesz interviewed Johannes Feenstra about his life before, during, and after World War II. In this interview Feenstra details his travels after World War II, his father's profession, his training as a dentist in Germany and more. Feenstra also discusses his involvement in The Underground resistance movement in Holland and his eventual incarceration in the Oranienburg concentration camp and what life was like there. Mr. Feenstra ends his part of the interview describing coming to Dayton, and then Mrs. Feenstra talks about what it was like to live in Europe while her husband was in a concentration camp.


Johannes Feenstra


Willis Stoesz

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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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