Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Lola Greenspan - April 25, 1983


The following is an interview with Mrs. Lola Greenspan at her home in Oak Park, Michigan the morning of April the 25th, 1983. Donna Miller is the interviewer.

Would you tell me your name?

My name is--you, you want to know from the first uh, the maiden name.

Your maiden name, your maiden name.

I have to tell you don't, you don't know from the right but my name is a very hard name.


I wanna write it.


Oh, you got a piece of paper? Keep going. My name--the maiden name is very hard. Over here?

That's fine.

[interruption in interview]


Lola ??? Just a minute, I made a mistake. In the house the mother she called me Leah, Leah, Leah--Yiddish Leah...

Okay. All right.

...Yiddish Leah name.

And when and where were you born?

I been born in Poland, Myszków. And I been seventeen year old when I went in the camp.

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