Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Mala Weintraub Dorfman - September 15, 2005

Work in Częstochowa

Same company? You worked for the same company?

Same, yeah, 'bout ammunition. The same thing.

Which camp? There were three. So, which...

I went to uh, Warta. Not... There was a Pelsen, Warta, there was another one. I don't know, remember the other one.

So, there were A, B, and C.

Yeah, that's right.

So, you were in A.

C was bad, C was... People got yellow from that uh, whatever they were doing there.

You have no idea what they were doing in C.

I don't know.

I mean...

I, I really don't know, I wasn't there, so I really don't know. But for us we worked in the... At the tables, there were machines uh, next to us. And what else they did, I don't know. I, you know, I did not...

Same kind of hours, twelve, sixteen hours?

Częstochowa was a little bit better, a little bit better. It wasn't... We worked our shifts, we went back to the barracks. In Skarzysko, they took us for whatever we did, we had to do extra work.


So, it was a different story. Here was different.

So, was this 1944, do you think?

Nineteen forty-four 'til '45. We were liberated one year over there. About a year and, and months, or something like that. I don't remember exactly.

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