Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Anna Greenberger - August 24, 1982


This is an interview of Mrs. Anna Greenberger on August 24, 1982 in Southfield, Michigan. The interviewer is Kay Roth.

Why don't you start by telling me where you were born and what your name was?

Uh, yeah, so uh, I was born the year 1924, February 1--or the year after, I don't know--in Czechoslovakia, a small town. You want the name of the town?



Would, would you spell it please?

I spell it for you, but uh, it's better if I write it down so I don't--I have paper. I am not a hundred percent speller.


In my language I can spell you. It's K-o-r-o-m-l-a.

Okay, it was Czechoslova...

Czechoslovak, yeah.

Was it al...did it stay Czechoslovakia?

Uh, that stayed Czechoslovakia 'til 19...uh, I think we were occupied in 1939 with the Hungarians. And uh, I lived here, it was a small town 'til 1932.


Nineteen thirty-two we moved to a bigger town, to Sobrance. It's S-o-b-r-a-n-c-e, Sobrance. Also Czechoslovakia.

Mm-hm. And that was with...

And that...

...your family, or...

Yeah, with my family--three sisters, my mother and father.

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