Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Abraham Asner - October 10, 1982


Okay, I think this is a good place to stop for now.

Yeah. Yeah, we used to listen to the radio. How we get the radio? We blow up a truck, a German truck, take out the generator and take a bicycle. Prepare the generator to the uh, to the bicycle and connect to the battery. We used to get energy, that's, we used to uh, listen to the radio. And then, them our leader used to type on a typing machine all the news we used to spread to the population to give in the villages and give somebody to the town. They used to give 'em, people used to know the news because the Germans they didn't give the right news. And we used to listen to the radio from three points, from Warsaw, from London and from Germany. We don't understand English. In Warsaw, they used to speak in Polish and in German, we understand that. And from London they used to have uh, edition of uh, in Polish. And we used to listen to Moscow. And the best news was from Moscow. The rights... The real news, the best news was from Moscow. Not because we was listening, but because we was hearing from Berlin, we were hearing from London, we were hearing from Moscow. Moscow, if a point...

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