Jaap Grooen interview

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Title

Jaap Grooen interview

Creator

Grooen, Jaap (Interviewee)
Becker, Sylvia (Interviewer)

Description

Content Note: Transcript of an audio recording. Grooen was born in Belgium in 1925 and raised in Holland. After the Germans occupied Holland, he and some other teenagers published an anti-German underground newspaper. Beginning in 1940, he worked with the underground in Amsterdam and Utrecht. In 1944, he was arrested and deported to Westerbork, and two months later sent to Auschwitz. At the camp, a doctor used him in medical experiments. When the Russian Army approached Auschwitz, he went to Mauthausen briefly and was then sent to Ebensee, where he remained until it was liberated. Location of interview: Atlanta, Georgia.

Identifier

06080100CFSU00003001000
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Subject

Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Ebensee (Concentration camp)
Westerbork (Concentration camp)
Mauthausen (Concentration camp)
Soviet Union--Sovetskaia Armiia
Grooen, Jaap
Becker, Sylvia

Coverage

Belgium

Source

42 pages (oral history transcript) Typescript with edits.

Date

5 - 12 - 1980

Contributor

Emory University
Encoded as part of the SAGE Digital Archive Project: A Collaborative Project between the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, 1997-2000.
Funding for the SAGE Digital Archive Project was provided by a local foundation.

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Relation

PDF file (72 dpi).

Format

PDF (72 dpi); 4675KB Digital image created as part of SAGE project, 1998.

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Citation

Grooen, Jaap (Interviewee) and Becker, Sylvia (Interviewer), “Jaap Grooen interview,” Witness to the Holocaust, accessed April 16, 2024, https://witness.digitalscholarship.emory.edu/items/show/110.

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