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Title: Dressed Up in Potato Sacks
 
Isak Borenstein
Audio:
Duration: 50 seconds
Copyright: ©1999, John Menszer
Transcript: When I was in camp in Dnepropetrovsk, I was not a Jew. I was over there a Pole in the Russian army. I had a little more freedom than the other 49 Jews was working there. Between the 49 Jews, was 25 men, 24 women. And the last minute when they took them out to kill, what I saw they took them in, in the washateria, undressed them, and put potato sacks on them, just cut out for the head and dressed them up in the potato sacks. They brought them out, and we never saw them again . . ._________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________


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