Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Albert Fein - February 19, 2005


Albert Fein was born in Uzhorod, Czechoslovakia, now Ukraine. Albert and his family lived under Hungarian occupation until they were transported to the Kamenetz-Podolsk ghetto. The Fein family escaped the ghetto by passing as Christians and was sent to Kolomyia where they stayed for the duration of the war.

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  1. Introduction
  2. Education Before the War
  3. Family
  4. Family II
  5. Family III
  6. Fate of Family
  7. Religious Life
  8. Parents
  9. Relations with Non-Jews
  10. Life During the War
  11. Being Taken to Kolomyia
  12. Life Under the Hungarians
  13. Life Under Hungarian Occupation II
  14. Hearing About Hitler
  15. Czechoslovakia During the War
  16. Life Under Hungarian Occupation III
  17. Religious Life II
  18. Childhood Memories
  19. Start of War
  20. Start of War II
  21. Passing as a Christian
  22. Being Deported by the Hungarians
  23. Being Deported by the Hungarians II
  24. Transportation
  25. Arriving at Kamenetz-Podolsk
  26. Memories
  27. Memories II
  28. Massacre at Kamenetz-Podolsk
  29. Passing as a Christian II
  30. Escaping Kamenetz-Podolsk
  31. Escaping Kamenetz-Podolsk II
  32. Escaping Kamenetz-Podolsk III
  33. Thoughts on the Massacre
  34. Life in Kolomyia
  35. Life in Kolomyia II
  36. Being On the Run
  37. Receiving Help from Jews
  38. Receiving Help from Hungarian Soldiers
  39. The Kolomyia Ghetto
  40. The Kolomyia Ghetto II
  41. The Kolomyia Ghetto III
  42. Life Under the Germans
  43. Thoughts on Being Jewish
  44. Sister Leaves
  45. Conclusion

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